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silaswild
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March 27-31, Asulkan Hut
« on: 03/31/15, 11:56 AM »

Thanks to Elliott for reserving the hut and organizing an entertaining group that helped us survive four days of breezy warm whiteout weather. Some skiing was done in classic cascade concrete.  Games aplenty.
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avajane
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Re: March 27-31, Asulkan Hut
« Reply #1 on: 03/31/15, 08:47 PM »

Ouch
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Brian Izdepski, Facebook TAY
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Re: March 27-31, Asulkan Hut
« Reply #2 on: 04/01/15, 09:38 AM »

Here is a phone pano of the surrounding peaks. Conditions are pretty rough, but still fun to be out there.


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Re: March 27-31, Asulkan Hut
« Reply #3 on: 04/01/15, 03:03 PM »

If skiing down is no less fun than hiking down, then life could be worse than hanging in a place like that...
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