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Discussion about winter adventure sports in the Sierra Nevada mountains including but not limited to; winter backpacking and camping, mountaineering, downhill and cross-country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, etc.
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Thx for the detailed report.Yes,its a long slog from the gate closure to llv but it is a classic view.How was the snow-soft,hard,granular?
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DAVELA wrote:Thx for the detailed report.Yes,its a long slog from the gate closure to llv but it is a classic view.How was the snow-soft,hard,granular?
Around the LLV area lakes, it was a nice hard park snow thanks to the wind. From the Rock Creek Lake area to the exit, it was pretty much loose granular-like conditions by the third day.
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Very informative, thank you!
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