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I'm heading to the Entiat again like last year. Thinking maybe Duncan Hill, Lake Creek, Klone or Garland or maybe if I can sucker someone to go with me to do Pyramid. Hoping for 3 big ones at least but probably lay in camp after the first one and recover for 2 days! Anyone going to be around?
 

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I am not going that way sorry.

I was thinking about hitting Kachess Ridge over the 4th. Anyone been up there and know if the snow has melted off yet?
 

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Vorman said:
I'm heading to the Entiat again like last year. Thinking maybe Duncan Hill, Lake Creek, Klone or Garland or maybe if I can sucker someone to go with me to do Pyramid. Hoping for 3 big ones at least but probably lay in camp after the first one and recover for 2 days! Anyone going to be around?
Conditions are nothing like last year. There's still a lot of snow in the high country. All of those rides are still snowed in. :mad: I'd love to see you head up there and prove me wrong though! :thumbsup:

Teanaway is probably where I'll be this weekend.
 

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Leavenworth area, anyone?

Although I'm from Milwaukee, I'll spending the week of the forth in the Lake Wenathchee / Icicle Creek area. I love hiking this area and this will be my 1st time biking the trails there. I'm planning on checking out Devil's Gulch / Mission Ridge, Mad River / Chikamin Ridge, and possibly Freund Creek. Does anybody know what the condition of these trails are at this point? Is there still some snow at higher elevations? I know it's been pretty hot & dry there, so I'm hoping the trails are in good shape ride. (Other than dusty & loose)
 

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Skiing Adams. I wish it wasn't so hot so the snow would stick around longer.
 

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Right between Kettle Crest and hopefully beating Gearz to one new ride this year in the Teanaway.

Leavenworth trails are generally ok. Red Hill. red Devil, Devil's Gulch/Mission Ridge, Freund are all good to go. Icicle and Nason probably still have snow. mad River is probably snowed in too. But, we know Dirtyface Peak is a go! (Best descent in the state. Or, so I've heard...);)
 

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Even Lake Creek?

gearz said:
Conditions are nothing like last year. There's still a lot of snow in the high country. All of those rides are still snowed in. :mad: I'd love to see you head up there and prove me wrong though! :thumbsup:

Teanaway is probably where I'll be this weekend.
I figured Pyramid and Klone may be an issue but I figured Lake Creek, Middle Ridge, and possibly 4th Divide and Duncan Hill would be good to go. I guess I will post pics next week of me riding or me snowshoeing!
 

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Skiing Adams. I wish it wasn't so hot so the snow would stick around longer.
Aha you winter guys have had your fun. Melt snow melt!!!!
 

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Zdfg-Hope things are safe for you over in Kabul. I forgot to ask when you would be back. I am going to keep riding until the trails get covered with snow and hopefully thats not until late November. Definitely have a safe mission and if you find a computer with internet I am sure we will all be hanging out.
 

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Aha you winter guys have had your fun. Melt snow melt!!!!
Summer skiing rules! Get some skis and check it out.
 

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Summer skiing rules! Get some skis and check it out.
Nah i don't have enough time for biking let alone get into another recreation especially in the summer. i have considered snowshoeing and kayaking.
 

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Just don't call me Francis:madmax:
No sir you're old skewl, you deserve respect. Except for when you get around lizards. Then you get all wierd...
 
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