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PostTue Jan 03, 2012 8:15 pm 
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Hit the Trail and I were looking to do something quick, under the inversion in Wenatchee it didn't look real motivating, and the area webcams didn't look to promising.
In the name of exercise we decided to do Beehive from Mission Ridge Road, and by the time we were heading up the road, the clouds were breaking.
The snow is pretty slim, we booted up, not even wearing gaiters, max snow was maybe 4-6 inches.
We set a quick pace, and made good time to the summit, views were OK, but sitting in the full sun in January was great.  up.gif


Argonaut
Argonaut
Chumstick 1,2,3 on Entiat Ridge with inversion below.
Chumstick 1,2,3 on Entiat Ridge with inversion below.
Stemilt Basin
Stemilt Basin
Stuart
Stuart
Stuart - Argonaut
Stuart - Argonaut
Wenatchee Mountain
Wenatchee Mountain
Enchantment Peak - Prussik Pass - Prussik Peak
Enchantment Peak - Prussik Pass - Prussik Peak
What is this
What is this
Enchantments I
Enchantments I

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PostTue Jan 03, 2012 8:53 pm 
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Nice day in the clear above the junk.   up.gif  On your "What is it?" picture, it looks like it may be Grindstone/Ladies Peak/Snowgrass/Chiwaukum.   uhh.gif  Some of the peak profiles, although from farther SE,  look similar to my picture from the top of Big Jim. Then again, I might be out to lunch.  eyes.gif
Snowgrass and Chiwaukum
Snowgrass and Chiwaukum
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What is this

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PostTue Jan 03, 2012 9:09 pm 
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Sorry I forgot my camera. Oh well, you always take the good photos anyway. Funny how quick decisions on local trips can turn into such good experiences. And...Tony, did I see you get off the quad at the top of Mission Ridge yesterday? I tried to connect but you took off toward the microwave ridge before I could act.
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PostTue Jan 03, 2012 9:52 pm 
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Thanks Tony.

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PostTue Jan 03, 2012 10:26 pm 
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Hit the Trail,  Indeed, David and I were up at Mission, as the post-holiday crowds had thinned.  We were able to catch the first opening of Bomber at midday for un-groomed, un-tracked joy.   dizzy.gif

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PostWed Jan 04, 2012 11:23 pm 
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Yes, that's Grindstone, with Wedge Mtn. Ridge in the foreground.  Thanks for posting the pics, as usual!
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PostSat Jan 07, 2012 10:50 am 
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Thanks John.

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PostSat Jan 07, 2012 11:36 am 
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Thanks for the east-side candy. 
Stemilt Basin
Stemilt Basin

This was visually interesting!

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