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Dec. 2, 2018, Cheam Peak
« on: 12/05/18, 06:39 PM »

Hiked here more than a decade ago and always thought it'd be a cool zone to shred. Thanks to a buddy's truck and phenomenal driving skills, we were able to drive to about 1100m. That FSR is barely a road. Skins on at ~1200m. Meager coverage below 1500m. Everything south-facing below 1800m (pretty much everything in the zone) either had a crust or was hot pow but still very rippable. We lapped the 350m pitch from the summit and it was money. Beautiful bluebird day in a zone I've been wanting to hit for a while.

https://vimeo.com/304555369

Lady peak




Soon to be destroyed:


Great views of the Fraser Valley and Cultus Lake:


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Re: Dec. 2, 2018, Cheam Peak
« Reply #1 on: 12/05/18, 07:44 PM »



Looks dreamy! This one says it all!
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