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November 22, 2016 Mt. Bachelor
« on: 11/25/16, 12:13 AM »

On a 4-day climbing trip to Smith, I had to throw in some skis. Tuesday was just before the big round of storms hitting now.  Lift season policy states legal uphill travel is only allowed on the Cinder Cone; this was windblown with little base and some crunchy cinders  Sad 
I followed a local's advice and skinned up to about 7700' above Pine Marten lift, and enjoyed 5-6" fast turns on a minimal but solid base. 
First time skinning from the car since last spring   Smiley
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