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PostPosted: Fri Mar 24, 2006 3:58 pm 
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Looks like a great trip!


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Ballsy trip, looks great. Was the couloir on Joffree a first descent?

I sure hope you guys are being careful with your avy assessment... I want to make sure we see lots more of these great TRs!


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Conditions were pretty much bomber for the whole trip and greatly influenced our destinations. Would've gone to Rogers first if it was stable. If only we could be this lucky all the time. Radiation-weakened layers were probably the biggest hazard.

Camgina - check your pms

Huevon - keep May open....


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You guys are crazy. Looks like fun. I stayed in the Asulkan for a few days earlier this year. Viz was terrible during the day, we did youngs ins total whiteout, traversed over to forever young, bagged it due to stability issues and then traversed way farther over to ski exxcellent powder. The best runs were at night via headlamp, it was much easier to see where you wer going.

The hut at night
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The bootpack up to youngs on the seven steps of heaven. Not so heavenly this day.
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Headlamps. Cliff drop on the right.
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JParker/Nomad! Sick photos both of you.

Jpark: Digi? What kind? time lapse? I've got the pentax optio wp10, I'd take any tips you might offer for better bc images. I'm not sure I've found any time lapse options.

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