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March 24, 2014, Revelstoke, Mt Macpherson
« on: 03/24/14, 10:10 PM »

Skied the summit of Mt Macpherson down the SE face and into the womb. We were the first to ski the summit/upper entrance of the womb since the last snowfall it looks like. Snow conditions are great above 1000m and amazing above 1900m on north and east aspects. Weak crust present but still ok skiing on south faces above 2000m. Looks like there was some wind affect in the alpine but seemed to be mostly limited to ridgelines in our area.



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