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January 26, 2014, Rogers Pass, Cougar Mtn Subpeak
« on: 01/26/14, 07:30 PM »

After a very nice day at Ross we decided we like pow more then suncrust. From a terrain photo earlier in the week we spotted some nice chutes coming off of one of cougar mtn's subpeaks. Some quality snow top to bottom with a bonus run gained at the end from doing a skinning uphill traverse instead of skiing out the gut of cougar creek. Would love to come back here and lap this zone more then once in a day. There is plenty of room and chutes to go around.


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Re: January 26, 2014, Rogers Pass, Cougar Mtn Subpeak
« Reply #1 on: 01/27/14, 10:09 AM »

Looks and sounds great, thanks for the report, our fingers are crossed that we might get a flake or two of snow (in central WA), at this point, an inch would be a powder day!
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