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STRAWBERRY MOUNTAINS | OREGON | UNITED STATES

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June 12, 2010
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Powderjunky: June 12, 2010 Uphill: 1,500 ft. | Downhill: 1,500 ft.

Always wanted to explore out here and do some skiing near John Day. We had our hopes of skiing off Strawberry Peak, the range's tallest mountain. We began to doubt ourselves as we skinned past lost of...[view]
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