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January 19, 2008 Mount Scott
« on: 01/21/08, 08:22 PM »

http://picasaweb.google.com/c777123/MountScott/photo#s5158137952872711762

Mount Scott

I had a 3 days trip to crater lake. On the third day I had a side trip to Mount Scott. I packed my tent at 8:30  NW side of Scott Bluffs and head to the North flat base of mount Scott. I was not sure which hill I was going to skin up and ski. After I saw some stability on the snow, I picked the more safer climb and ski  on the bowl . Mid west on the bowl
Snow condition pack , wind pack but soft and dry, like  groom runs.
Skin up top of the edge of this part and ski down. It was a great skiing.
This mountain have many run to ski i will be back
After ski Mouth Scott I have 17 mile left to go back my car. I was back on my car at 12:30 midnight on the moon light.

See the picture

http://picasaweb.google.com/c777123/MountScott/photo#s5158137952872711762

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