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sherpa_jeff
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Where should I ski around Mt Hood tommorow?
« on: 11/11/02, 06:18 AM »

Hi, I'm relatively new to the Northwest.

It looks like I can take tomorrow (Tuesday the 12th) or Thursday (the 14th) off from work. I'd like to go skiing. I live in Portland. What would be my best option?

I'm currently considering:

- Hiking under the lifts at Hood Meadows.

- White River Canyon.

- Buying a lift ticket at Timberline.


Thanks,

Jeff
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Re: Where should I ski around Mt Hood tommorow?
« Reply #1 on: 11/11/02, 06:43 AM »

Welcome to the PNW, Jeff.
There's some pics from Nov 3 of the timberline area on the Palmer Gl. Bottomfeeders thread.  Add to what you see there the foot or two that's fallen at timberline since then and you should have a pretty good idea what you'll likely encounter at Timberline and the White River Gl.
My guess is that you'll bottom out a bit until we get another dump or two.
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Re: Where should I ski around Mt Hood tommorow?
« Reply #2 on: 11/12/02, 12:34 AM »

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My guess is that you'll bottom out a bit until we get another dump or two.


Watch out for those Ninja rocks and stumps, they can be brutal on the ski bases  Angry
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