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March 15, 2015, Teton Pass
« on: 03/15/15, 03:31 PM »

Did the south facing 1600' boot pack up Glory Mountain with an old Seattle pal who now lives in Jackson. 15-20 mph breeze on this overcast day in the open above 9500' kept the corn firm.  We skied W and N facing to Calvert's ridge for 600' of light dust, then 1/2" corn, before the challenging isothermal 6-10" slush took over around 9300'.  On the hitchhike back up to the pass, we met a refugee running from the forecast rain at Big Sky.
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Re: March 15, 2015, Teton Pass
« Reply #1 on: 03/19/15, 08:25 AM »

Glad to hear you're skiing out here, Silas!

Howdy from another Seattle-ite recently moved to Jackson... we met up on top of Silver Peak once a few years back.

Skye
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