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January 19,20,22, 2013 Mission Peak Wenatchee Mt.
« on: 01/23/13, 08:30 AM »

I will add my wish for more new snow, to start out warm, and end the storm cold. Prospecting around the Mission area, the skiing has not been all that great, it is possible to find the odd bit of powder in the deepest darkest north sides, but mostly hard to come by.  The sunny sides, have not really corned up that much, usually ending up mid boot unconsolidated snow cone, and anywhere the wind has been is variable breakable crust or wind buff.  I know boo hoo. BUT the sun above the continuous fog/smog in the valley has been glorious, making the mediocre skiing worth the effort. Green with envy for all of you out there who have been finding the good snow. Jake I mean you!
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Re: January 19,20,22, 2013 Mission Peak Wenatchee Mt.
« Reply #1 on: 01/23/13, 02:34 PM »

Yo Jaime, had great skiing yesterday east of Badger Mt, near Duffy Creek and today east of the powerlines on Jump Off ridge. Full depth facets both days. 40-60 cm snow depth, ankle to boot top penetration.
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