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silaswild
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November 29, 2017, Alpental
« on: 11/29/17, 03:50 PM »

Plenty of snow depth but some exposed creek beds between 3100-4100'.  Maybe sno cats can smooth it out. Likely skinning the area will shut down soon as patrol prepares to open the lifts.

Coverage on upper internsrional was smooth, at 11 there was blue sky and sun, and skiing down was in boot top slightly heavy but consistent new snow. Lower down had a few boulder moguls and snow holes. Skinned from and skied to the car.
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Re: November 29, 2017, Alpental
« Reply #1 on: 11/29/17, 04:29 PM »

Gib says no uphill travel restrictions at the moment.

See you Sunday, Silas?
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