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July 9, 2007 Fryingpan via goat cirque
« on: 07/11/07, 04:41 PM »

Yet another report from the mt rainier eastside. Hiked the trail, crossing the new bridge over the fryingpan creek



to summerland and then to goat cirque to find what else but lots of goats.



The flat sections were dirty, bumpy, slow and a little hard. The steeper sections were quite fun with a softer corn like consistency. The best was probably the turns in goat crique...go figure.



More photos including a picture of the clean snow on the paradise glacier. Seems like that was the place to be.
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Re: July 9, 2007 Fryingpan via goat cirque
« Reply #1 on: 07/11/07, 04:58 PM »

Nice goat encounter!  Tell me those skis in that photo aren't Janaks...  Kailas, maybe?  How do you like them?

What's the coverage looking like over toward Little T?
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Re: July 9, 2007 Fryingpan via goat cirque
« Reply #2 on: 07/12/07, 01:02 PM »

Atomic Tacora's. I like them quite a lot for spring/summer skiing.

There's a picture of little T in the more photos....Looks kind of dirty.
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