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David_Britton
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« on: 02/27/20, 11:38 AM »

As I have been out-of-business for much of this winter due to injury, I've put some time into putting together a bit of a portal on backcountry skiing in the Olympics, with a focus on stuff on the N side. The summary page and the Hurricane page are up. I'll look to add summaries of areas like Elk mountain, Obstruction, Royal basin, etc over time.

I'll add links out to good resource sites, and reports as well. Feedback appreciated. The pages are off my Olympicrainshadow site, which is an info/data/webcam site on all things rainshadow.

http://www.olympicrainshadow.com/olympic_peninsula_backcountry_skiing.html
http://www.olympicrainshadow.com/blog/hurricane-ridge-backcountry-skiing


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Re: Olympics
« Reply #1 on: 02/28/20, 07:06 AM »

Nice David, hopefully your back is doing better so we can get out for some "information gathering" tours this spring.
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Re: Olympics
« Reply #2 on: 02/28/20, 09:58 AM »

Inspiring and helpful.    Thanks
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Re: Olympics
« Reply #3 on: 02/28/20, 01:53 PM »

This is great. Thank you! Can’t wait to check these places out.
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Re: Olympics
« Reply #4 on: 02/28/20, 08:51 PM »

Fun site.

I like how you leave the descriptions at a pretty lofty level, not spelling out every detail.  Wink
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