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JasonGerend
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June 1, 2014, Silver Peak
« on: 06/01/14, 07:44 PM »

<Quick condition report>
Lots of folks on Silver Peak today. Drove all the way to Windy Pass - can still ascend through the brush of Ollalie Meadows without any carries. On the way down when we entered the meadows we veered skier's left a little to hit the snow-covered road, which meant less brushskiing, though it did mean several short carries (and we skinned out). A bit of a toss up road vs. brush - the road is very straightforward, but a bit longer.
Enjoy the sun! Smiley
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Re: June 1, 2014, Silver Peak
« Reply #1 on: 06/02/14, 01:46 PM »

The runs on the back side toward the lake are definitely shorter than a week ago, but still enjoyable.  I found the longest runs and nicest conditions far to skier's left.
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