2009/2010 Photos taken at

Lookout Pass Ski Area

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Other Skiing Photos
    Silver Mountain
  • 1994/95      (10 including one from 2003)
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this page was last updated on Monday, March 15, 2010
 
January 6, 2010
Snowfall Log entry
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Powder Wednesday ready to go as a "long lift line" waits
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Looking at Silver before the lifts opened
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Half way down Keystone, I stopped to look back
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This access road runs downhill to both Rainbow Ridge and Cloud 9
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Half way down Keystone, I stopped to look ahead
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However, instead of following the empty groomed run to my right, I went left
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March 14, 2010
Snowfall Log entry
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Jim waits for Del to strap in for our first run, while I check out my new 10.3 megapixel Kodak camera at top of Black Bear, looking across to Glidden Peak.

Each of the paired photos below were taken at same spot with either wide angle or telephoto setting.

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Early morning on Rainbow Ridge
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Deep in the St. Regis Lakes Basin
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Facing west from top of Rainbow Ridge
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Silver Mountain Ski Area 22 miles away
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Copper Basin in the afternoon
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Copper Lake is hidden from view
 
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