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September 9, 2014, Hagerman Pass CO
« on: 09/09/14, 05:17 PM »

Tom Szwedko has skied every day this month.   Far from Mt Hood, he still only walked 5 minutes to skiable snow!  He decided to drive to 11925ft Hagerman pass even though pretty rough 4WD road because the Monsoon rain was looming.  He got in about 530 vt ft on the two connected snowfields doing upper 3X and then all the way for the 260 vt ft run then check out botton and 18 ft high snow edge.  As soon as he finished skiing, the monsoon rain started back up. Still wild flowers out but tundra turning red.


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Re: September 9, 2014, Hagerman Pass CO
« Reply #1 on: 09/09/14, 08:20 PM »

he looks nuts, silas. probably do alright here with you though.
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