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Perryt
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Chinook Pass or Sunrise area...
« on: 07/09/07, 07:58 AM »

Anybody have any information on Chinook pass or Sunrise and the snow conditions at either place.

Thanks.. looking to make a few turns this coming weekend.
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GregSimon
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Re: Chinook Pass or Sunrise area...
« Reply #1 on: 07/09/07, 01:37 PM »

We were at Sunrise yesterday (7/8).  Dege Peak looked pretty thin, so we didn't hike out there.  Probably skiable (at least yesterday) but not for long.  We found a few fingers to ski on the back of Sourdough ridge, but those might not last til next weekend.  The slopes out on Burroughs look like they'll last a bit longer.  But if I were hiking that far to get to snow, I'd probably just go to Paradise side.
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Re: Chinook Pass or Sunrise area...
« Reply #2 on: 07/09/07, 09:50 PM »

What Greg said. Here's notes from the past weekend. http://www.turns-all-year.com/skiing_snowboarding/trip_reports/index.php?topic=7503.0 . There's a nice patch on the back of the Fremont lookout, too, but it's a ways in for a short run.
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