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Ski Touring 2019

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Not of huge interest, but I've never stuck a gopro on a pole to film on a tour before. A quick look at the 10cm or so of fresh we got last night in the Grenoble mountains. The little sticks you can see are the tops of bushes which are about 30-40cm tall I would guess. The base is the fresh snow that fell Monday that had a rapid freeze-thaw cycle and is pretty solid. There is a risk of slabs higher up as the wind was very strong early in the week and formed some dense drifts with weak layers in place.


http://youtube.com/v/_ar25KriiOQ

I did look for an existing thread to stick this under. Feel free to add your own stuff if you want. Not sure how much touring I'll have time for this year.
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