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Turns All Year: Previous Home Page Galleries
These are image galleries which have appeared on the Turns All Year home page in the past. Most are from backcountry skiing trips in the Washington Cascade Mountains, to such places as Mt. Rainier, Mt. Baker, and Mt. Adams. Most thumbnail images on this page can be clicked to view the full-sized image, and lead into a slide show sequence for that gallery.
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Over 180 photo galleries from Pacific Northwest backcountry snowboarding and skiing trips are available on Turns All Year CD-ROM.

Like the gallery below, each CD-ROM photo gallery contains a thumbnails page linked to captioned full-sized photos, and usually a trip report. Full-sized photos are available for browsing in the gallery below.

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Turns All Year CD-ROM
from May 6, 2002:
April 30, 2002:  Snoqualmie Pass, Washington
   (Click any photo to view large version)
Climbing 1
Climbing 1
Climbing 2
Climbing 2
Charles 1
Charles 1
Charles 2
Charles 2
Charles 3
Charles 3
Charles 4
Charles 4
Mike 1
Mike 1
Mike 2
Mike 2
Mike 3
Mike 3
Charles 5
Charles 5
Charles 6
Charles 6
Descending in old-growth
Descending in old-growth

Photos by Mike Barton and Charles Eldridge.

Associated trip report: "Mike and I climbed through old-growth forest and then up an average 35 degree SW-facing open slope to about 5300'. A warm sunny day. The forest snow was first crunchy and dirty, progressing as we climbed to smooth and clean in openings, with up to 6" of loose large-grained surface snow. On the open slope, the snow appeared to have frozen overnight, but not deeply, so with our late start we were kicking steps in 6-8" of the loose large-grained snow, which was underlain by a fairly strong large-granular layer. In places a boot or pole would penetrate this layer and sink into another 6-8" of loose large-grained snow. The ski back down was very good, and much better than we anticipated, as the strong layer held up and the surface snow did not act as deep or slow as we expected. The snow appeared quite stable, with just a few large pin-wheels and a few very shallow (less than 2") slow-moving snow snakes. We were able to ski back down through the woods to about 3000'."
Charles Eldridge

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