Crystal Mountain

February 22, 2003: I went skiing (again) at Crystal Mountain.  They had received 10" of new snow overnight.  The skiing was great.  The views were so nice in the morning that I skiied back to the truck after lunch to grab the camera.

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PICT0321: The view from the parking lot.

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PICT0324: The top of the Rainier chair.

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PICT0325: Rainier is just behind those clouds!  Darn, it was clear this morning, but I didn't have my camera then.

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PICT0326: Green Valley, a nice moguled blue run.

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PICT0327: Iceberg Gulch, a nice black diamond run.

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PICT0328: Halfway down Iceberg Gulch.

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PICT0329: Again

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PICT0330: That's the bottom of the Forest Queen lift.   I stayed in Green Valley most of the day because Green Valley was the last crowded lift (and there were crouds!).

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PICT0331: Looking down at the bunny hill from the Gold Hills chair.

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PICT0332: Again

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PICT0333: Again

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PICT0334: Looking up from the Gold Hills chair.

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PICT0335: There are some houses up here!

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PICT0336: Looking North from the Gold Hills.

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PICT0337: Looking down at the lodge.

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PICT0338: Closeup of the lodge.  Look at all those people!  Yuk!

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PICT0340: Looking at the other side of the ski are from Gold Hills.