2006/07 Photos taken at

Lookout Pass Ski Area

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this page was last updated on Tuesday, January 23, 2007.
December 2, 2006
Snowfall Log entry
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the Lodge has new ticket windows
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the Saturday lift line... 8:45AM
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early morning on the Glidden Peaks
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a secret stash of powder
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December 7, 2006
Snowfall Log entry
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Niagara on the Frontside is the best place to find moguls.
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The top of Niagara is naturally the most challenging.
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A river of cold fog sometimes flows into Idaho.
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My church is in the Wetlands.
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Snow creatures hide in the woods.
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Morning light filters into a quiet forest.
December 10, 2006
Snowfall Log entry
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The Upper St. Regis Basin is a cross-country skiing wonderland.
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Another Sunday drive on the deserted Keystone freeway...
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December 16, 2006
Snowfall Log entry
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I'm always drawn to this quiet place.
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Early morning light bathes the cathedral.
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I wasn't the first person in church this morning, however.
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What a spectacular day it is in the Basin!
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This is a VERY deceptive photo taken on lower Keystone.
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New (2007) expert run from Historic View Spot on I-90.
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January 4, 2007
Snowfall Log entry
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Early morning in the church of powder
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one needs to move quickly through this deep powder
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There is a creek in here somewhere...
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Is that a storm brewing in the St. Regis Basin?
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Ron lives in Spokane and is delighted
that Lookout is only 90 minutes away.
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Montana and I-90 is below you when
you cruise the Last Chance Glades.
 
January 21, 2007
Snowfall Log entry
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a place I keep coming back to...
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Decisions, decisions...
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The Backside lift is a mile away!
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Copper Lake Basin is across from B-52
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