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Lassen Peak, Northeast Face
« on: 07/08/03, 11:34 AM »

Date: June 5, 2003
Photo Location: Devastated Area Parking Lot, at 6450 ft Emigrant Pass

This view shows the Northeast Face of Lassen Peak, taken after our ski descent (see trip report). Our ski route up to the North Ridge is shown in blue (the upper part is hidden behind the right skyline), with the ski descent shown in red.  The debris from the massive sluffs we set off is easily visible to the right of our descent route (skier's left).

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Re: Lassen Peak, Northeast Face
« Reply #1 on: 07/08/03, 11:38 AM »

Date: June 30, 2003
Photo Location: Devastated Area Parking Lot, at 6450 ft Emigrant Pass

This view shows the Northeast Face almost a month after our ski descent.  Debris from large sluffs is still present in the middle of the gully.  Numerous areas are melting out, but the face still appears to offer over 3000 vertical ft of fine skiing into July.

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