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Kenji
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Feb 9, 2013, Silver Peak from West
« on: 02/09/13, 09:46 PM »

Actually we got as far as the Silver-Abiel saddle above Annette Lake.  About 10" at that level.  West side of Humpback was easy going.  There were fingers of some avy debris but they were quite soft.  Nice skiing in the upper basins.  Skiable all the way to HW.  We (I) were hoping to ski the west slopes off the summit, maybe next time.


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Re: Feb 9, 2013, Silver Peak from West
« Reply #1 on: 02/10/13, 06:22 AM »

Love it back there. Such a fun and interesting approach.   Any snowmobiles along the ridge?
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Re: Feb 9, 2013, Silver Peak from West
« Reply #2 on: 02/10/13, 10:25 AM »

Good photo and the coverage to the HW. Those old guys still breaking trail.  Wink
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