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South Thunder viewed from Hogum Fork. The line coming off the summit is refered to as Snapdragon (i believe). 3-5-05

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PellucidWombatNice Photo

PellucidWombat

Voted 10/10

Thunderbolt Ridge on the left looks pretty sweet - I wonder if it would be more fun as a winter climb.



BTW, it'd be awesome to have some of these ski mountaineering routes & tours listed on SP, either as routes or as 'additions/corrections' to nearby routes existing on SP - here's a thread on SP member's opinions and examples. Once again, great stuff!

Posted Jul 28, 2005 10:31 am

IbexRe: Nice Photo

Ibex

Hasn't voted

i've thought about putting a few on here but i'm not really sure that i'm not sure i want that much traffic to just look at a route and do it without realizing how much thought goes into the routefinding. most of the people on here that live near the areas are smart enough to know better. it's the ones that live at a distance that want to come in for a week or weekend and climb/ski a particular line regardless of the conditions. it does happen and this is the place to get beta on the areas. i guess i'm conflicted on how much to show but i usually talk about the avy conditions for that day when i write up a tr. i find that can atleast put another multi-dimensional thought in the readers head that may just make them consider the condtions before they go and when they start the climb.
Posted Aug 9, 2005 4:14 pm

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