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  • #579715
    aksltxlt
    621 Posts

    Here’s a place to post up ur best bushwakin pics! Kinda funny, Im more sketched on tour crossing a frozen lake or log than riding the line. And there lies the fun 😆 Ive seen some pretty gnar bushwakin from the dudes in the cascades. With low tide in Tahoe there is plenty of quality wakin Here is me in the burn zone :doobie:

    #675487

    The things we do to get the goods!

    HikeforTurns in Silverton

    #675488
    firstlight
    721 Posts

    Sometimes there’s a huge walk before we hit the white stuff Downunder

    Adam West

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    #675489
    chronicracing
    162 Posts

    Here’s a few from team brush monkey. (imitation funk & CR) Mt Jefferson, OR Good ole Cascades


    Aksltxlt :thumpsup: Funny Thread topic 😆 :doobie:

    #675490
    wjb
    163 Posts

    Splitboot’n!! :headbang: The last couple pics look like some of those bigfoot sighting pictures. Nice! Bring on the bushwhack stoke!

    #675491
    aksltxlt
    621 Posts

    Keep it up :bananas: Im always amazed at the wakin up north! Nice pics Chronicracing, looks like jungle, you might just need a machete in your pack

    #675492
    wjb
    163 Posts

    eastside shwack’n

    #675493
    aliasptr
    282 Posts

    Me hiking to Bench Lakes underneath Mt. Heyburn in the Sawtooths of Idaho.

    The wife getting it done after some good turns under Three Fingered Jack, OR

    #675494
    ale_capone
    864 Posts

    I think in most parts of the world, bush whacking is something you do to get around off trail. In the coastal climates, it’s actually something you receive for even trying.

    cruising at a blazing 100 yards an hour. 3 days, and the boards never left our packs.

    #675495
    ale_capone
    864 Posts

    sometimes it’s just easier to avoid the sketchy logs all together aksltxlt

    #675496
    stoudema
    551 Posts

    Bushwhackin’ on the north side of Hood a few years ago…..ended up crossing a washed out canyon and “rappelling” by bush assist!

    #675497
    NickDrake
    46 Posts

    The north cascades are a special place.

    There is a stream under this, tame stuff:

    Only fell in the creek ONCE during the making of this bridge:

    Ok now we’re talking, this is some whackin!

    Ok now this is just stupid, look for the red ski tips

    stoudema I prefer to use the term “veggie belay” 🙂

    #675498
    SwitchBack
    136 Posts

    OH Man. great thread.

    Consequence of riding too fast through the thicket.

    Summer riding in the Tetons

    Urban bushwaking

    The summer “trail”.

    #675499
    liketoride
    263 Posts

    Some of the awesomest lines are the toughest ones to hike to.

    North side of Shastina:

    Fullers2oh, the sufferfest leader, master of the bushwak, and inspirational adventurer

    Where the heck is Dave? I miss him and the mega-epic adventures he told us about and/or joined him on.

    Here is one from lower V bowl, Dana Plateau (JimW’s photo)

    Creek crossing to get back to Powerhouse (JimW’s photo)

    There have been some epic schwaks this season for sure. High snow levels, tons of vegetation at the access points. Mike calls it the persistent manzanita layer.

    Splitboarding is the answer unless Splitbooting is the answer, either way we're going snowboarding because America!

    #675500
    fustercluck
    668 Posts

    Nice blast from the past, Buffy! That was my first Eastside splitboot trip. Good times!

    #675501
    liketoride
    263 Posts

    Yeah, all those pics are from a few seasons back. Good times, good times!

    Splitboarding is the answer unless Splitbooting is the answer, either way we're going snowboarding because America!

    #675502
    96avs01
    875 Posts

    @liketoride wrote:

    Where the heck is Dave? I miss him and the mega-epic adventures he told us about and/or joined him on.

    +1

    165 Venture Divide/Spark Frankenburners/La Sportiva Spantiks
    163W Jones Solution/Phantom Alphas/Dynafit TLT5s
    162 Furberg

    Chris

    #675503
    buell
    534 Posts

    North side of Shastina, mmmmmm. Hard to get to though. :thumbsup:

    The forest around the Oregon volcanoes are generally pretty easy to travel through. Here is one from a climb of the north side of McLoughlin though. Pretty hard to get to (or out from), though I have a new route planned for my next attempt. It was worth it, though I am not sure ShredOR thought so. 😉

    Same manzanita and shrubs as on the north side of Shastina. On this day we woke up to low clouds and drizzle before it cleared which left all the shrubs dripping wet. We were soaked at this point.

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