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June 14, 2013 Mt Washington, Oregon
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Re: June 14, 2013 Mt Washington, Oregon
« Reply #1 on: 06/16/13, 09:23 PM »

Stoke! 

Did you guys boot up the bowl for first tracks, or did you climb the ridge and drop in form the top? 

The meadow hiking shot??  Did you guys take the west bowl down to the PCT.

Nice Job Boys.
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Re: June 14, 2013 Mt Washington, Oregon
« Reply #2 on: 06/17/13, 11:55 AM »

Nice work!! I was there 2 weeks ago, I was still able to ski all the way to the PCT at that time. I had the unconsolidated mush as well, a bit spooky! The boot up the wets face is surprisingly fast, I think easier than slogging in snow along the north ridge. Get the corn while you can!!
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