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March 20, 2014, Rogers Pass, Hermit+Rogers Run
« on: 03/20/14, 07:46 PM »

Was hoping for better vis up high in order to do the tupper traverse. Sadly it snowed light-moderately all day until the evening so we switched gears to doing pow laps. After skiing from the top of Hermit Meadows we fetched the other car and had a nice lunch in the info center. Then we leisurely went to the top of grizzly shoulder and had a very nice ski down rogers run. There is about 30ish cm of light snow on top of a sun crust on solar aspects. North faces are probably skiing deeper, hopefully we get some light to find out tomorrow. 


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