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  • ​Powder Tuesday on Mount Washington's Gulf of Slides Ski Trail

    Powder Tuesday on Mount Washington's Gulf of Slides Ski Trail. One and done. Skinned up to 3895', below the runnout of Gully Number One. With so much snow freshly fallen I wasn't going any further and hastily transitioned to descent mode.

    A low angle section:


    Jabba De Cache:
    Go for adventure, take pix, but make certain to bring'em back alive!

  • #2
    Nice RR. How were the wet sections?

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    • #3
      First report of the season! And it is quite early! And it looks great! And the amount of snow on the roof of the cache is impressive! I've seen less in February.
      Great job RR!

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      • #4
        Tricky crossings of the streamlets. Slender snow bridges over the two crossings near the Avalanche Brook Trail. The detour is good, but needs some pole saw work to prevent branch dumps.
        Go for adventure, take pix, but make certain to bring'em back alive!

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        • #5
          Gully 1 Runout or gully 3?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by icelanticskier View Post
            Gully 1 Runout or gully 3?
            Past the high cache. Btw, the coniferous trees whose tops make the exit a tight slalom were standing mostly revealed, the tops more than twenty feet above the cover.
            Go for adventure, take pix, but make certain to bring'em back alive!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by RR View Post
              Past the high cache. Btw, the coniferous trees whose tops make the exit a tight slalom were standing mostly revealed, the tops more than twenty feet above the cover.
              Right on.👍

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