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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-28-1999, 11:07 PM
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Riding In Washington

I have a couple days this weekend to get out and ride. Where is the good snow? I was on Blewett about two weeks ago. It was ok..Not great. I have heard they got more snow since then and they started grooming up there. Any other info?
I really don't want to waste the weekend. Thanx

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 12-28-1999, 11:48 PM
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Re: Riding In Washington

Was at Blewett last weekend and it has barely enough snow from the Sno-Park. At Mt. Lillian farther east, snow is about 3 feet and less where the sun shines. I went to Entiat Ridge which splits Chiwawa and Entiat valleys. Went to Mad Lake area and snow is 5 feet plus with dry snow powder. However, trying to get there from Lake Wenatchee area sucks. Went over alot of dirt, mud, trees, ice, little snow. You could try Stevens Pass. Heard they have enough for riding all around. But the best place I have heard would be Washington/Rainy Pass. 4-7 feet plus of powder and a good base.

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Re: Riding In Washington

I saw the Groomer going up to Darland Mtn (near Yakima,WA.) this morning.
They have 3-4ft on top. But never fear SNOW is heading this way for the weekend. It's about time!
Happy Trails to you....
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