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The climb began with some crusty snow for the first 100 feet of the ascent.  By mid mountain the snow became deep and powdery.  By the time we approached the Frosty Mountain, we were in very deep and very soft snow.  We left the parking lot shortly after 9am and it took our group of 5 until 1pm to reach the cabin.  We decided to have a short lunch and head back.  The ski down through the switchbacks through the trees was excellent.

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10.01.2020 (857 Days Ago)
Trip Report TitleFrosty Mountain Report
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  •  PaulK wrote 836 Days Ago (positive) 
     
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