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March 15, Stevens Pass, Heather Ridge
« on: 03/16/16, 07:26 AM »

Great snow on the south facing slopes I skied. Knee deep and light on the first run, patches of sun led to a bit heavier conditions as the day went on, but always good. No instabilities, or wind affect, on the meadow skipping I was on but I heard about some small stuffs set loose on roll overs at the top of Moonlight.
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Re: March 15, Stevens Pass, Heather Ridge
« Reply #1 on: 03/16/16, 09:13 AM »

It didn't suck over at Yodelin either. It was a little too deep/thick in the open and especially where the sun hit it later in the day, but the stuff that stayed shaded stayed great. I got moderate sluffing going on particularly steep pitches and knocked out  a few very small chunky bits near the ridge but that was it.

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