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September 19th, Baker area may be smooth!!
« on: 09/21/16, 08:59 PM »

Hiked Excelsior on Monday afternoon after waiting out a major downpour in glacier at a friends place. We got glimpses through the trees of fresh snow on what appeared to be Hadley Peak (6 to 7k). Looked at telemetry afterwards and .55 inches of precip came down at 35 and 36 degrees at 5k!

I have no more solid evidence than this, but I suspect that there may be sick corn on Mt Baker! Go get it! (or find out and tell me lol. I'm coming off an injury and can't get it myself for a little bit).

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Re: September 19th, Baker area may be smooth!!
« Reply #1 on: 09/27/16, 11:13 AM »

Still have not skied, but went up Tomyhoi yesterday and found smooth soft snow at 7k!
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Re: September 19th, Baker area may be smooth!!
« Reply #2 on: 09/29/16, 01:07 PM »

Frothing hard.
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