Right after the first storm on 10/7, my wife and I hiked the Abineau-Bear Jaw loop. There was quite a bit of snow, just not enough to ride/ski. There was generally 8"-12" and just enough to cover most of the anchors. And now with this past weekends snow my guess would be that that stuff is now rotten facets.
The northside basin,
And a closer looks at left to right, Cohonina, Sinagua, and the Crossfire chutes,
Whats happening there now is probably pretty interesting, though I'm not sure how many people go over there mid-winter since it's so far out there.
Routes, debrief, pictures.
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