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July 23,2017 Bachelor
« on: 07/25/17, 10:17 PM »

If your in the neighborhood, Bachelor is still in great shape. Hiked the summer trail to the summit, and had 1500 feet of nice skiing.  I was able to get two trips in while I was down there, on the second go I managed to string together 2100, but the last bit was way more trouble than it was worth. That pumice skis pretty well.  Of course the earlier the better, on my first day it was in the low forties and it was good all the way to Pine Martin, but on day two it was in the fifties, and it was not as nice. Had the whole place to myself.






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Re: July 23,2017 Bachelor
« Reply #1 on: 07/26/17, 09:33 AM »

Nice to able to ski to the top of Pine Martin. Smiley
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