TIPPYTOE | MOUNT BACHELOR | CASCADES (CENTRAL) | OREGON | UNITED STATES
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Schneefrau: May 31, 2011 Uphill: 1,000 ft. | Downhill: 1,000 ft. As part of Reverse PPP, hiked to top of Leeway -final leg. great snow!...[view]
Schneefrau: February 16, 2011 Uphill: 1,000 ft. | Downhill: 10,000 ft. WOW! Biggest snowfall in North America happened right here at Bachy!In a word, stupendous!...[view]
Powderjunky: November 9, 2010 Uphill: 1,400 ft. | Downhill: 1,400 ft. A good 4-6 inches on top of whats left from the previous storm. The base is not as good as it was so expect to hit more rocks then in the last couple weeks. The snow is super light and fluffy, the nex...[view]
Waheenie: November 3, 2010 Uphill: 1,400 ft. | Downhill: 1,400 ft. The views from mt bachelor never get old. Especially at magic hour! But I gotta be honest- the skiing was exceptionally bad. :)...[view]
Powderjunky: November 1, 2010 Uphill: 1,400 ft. | Downhill: 1,400 ft. Soggier than middle school underwear after gym class. Coverage is starting to thin on some aspects. The cone is showing dirt on the ascent side. But if you wax your skis it is still kind of fun. ...[view]
Powderjunky: October 28, 2010 Uphill: 1,400 ft. | Downhill: 1,400 ft. Old man winter is man humping mount bachelor. The light deep pow from the last too days is gone, the cascade concrete has made its first appearance of the year. The visibility and depth perception was...[view]
Waheenie: October 27, 2010 Uphill: 1,500 ft. | Downhill: 1,500 ft. There's something magical about a sunny day of backcountry skiing. I'm so excited that winter is here!The cone looked pretty tracked up, so we decided to check out tippy toe. It was fairly wind affe...[view]
Powderjunky: October 27, 2010 Uphill: 1,400 ft. | Downhill: 1,400 ft. A little more wind-funked and definitely heavier and thicker. Went up to the top of Pine Marten and it was a wind warzone. Not much worth skiing up there yet. But the protected runs are still skiing f...[view]
Waheenie: November 12, 2009 Uphill: 2,400 ft. | Downhill: 2,200 ft. Wow, skiing is fun. skiing powder is really fun. i actually motivated for the 3rd lap. and yes, the sun peaked through for a few minutes!...[view]
Powderjunky: November 12, 2009 Uphill: 2,600 ft. | Downhill: 2,400 ft. Super Fluff. Good Dry Powder...[view]
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