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South Fork TH to Christmas Tree Hill (and Beyond) Snow Clim

 
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 25, 2015 10:09 am    Post subject: South Fork TH to Christmas Tree Hill (and Beyond) Snow Clim  Reply with quote

My Grivels and Kahtoola K10s got some use this past weekend. Trip report and photos are available here:
South Fork TH to Christmas Tree Hill (and Beyond) Snow Climb, Feb 21 2015
Some highlights:

Adventure is that way ^

   
Helping another hiker with crampon adjustment

   
Climbing the slope to the south of South Fork Meadows

   
Looking towards San Gorgonio

   
Our descent into South Fork Meadows

   
A shot of the slope we climbed

   
Some fog rolling in as we finished our hike.



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