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KickSteps
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2nd or 3rd Burroughs Ski-Ability
« on: 07/11/17, 04:25 PM »

Anyone on the east side of MRNP on the three Burroughs OR Mt Fremont Lookout doing any turns? I have an oportuinity to be there on the 21st this month and wondering to carry skis & boots or just boots...Thanks All!  Smiley
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Re: 2nd or 3rd Burroughs Ski-Ability
« Reply #1 on: 07/11/17, 04:50 PM »



This is from July 6th.  We skied a steep section just West of the 2nd Burrough and then we hiked up and out, over the 2nd, and then skied the two fingers of snow pictured just East.  It was great.  There is absolutely nothing on Fremont.
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Re: 2nd or 3rd Burroughs Ski-Ability
« Reply #2 on: 07/12/17, 02:45 PM »

Thanks...There is got to be something there for me to ski...
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Re: 2nd or 3rd Burroughs Ski-Ability
« Reply #3 on: 07/15/17, 08:47 AM »

We spent 10 days on Hood and Rainier from from the end of June to July 10.  Snow was good just about everywhere, but it was going fast.  A PDX meteorologists blog had some data regarding our melt outs happening earlier and earlier.  His data clearly showed a trend.  Anyway, you'll find something.  Just be prepared to answer all the standard national park tourist questions:

Are those skis?
Did you go skiing?
Did you climb to the top?
How many runs did you get?
Was it far?

Have fun!
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