Peak(s):  Flattop Mountain - 12324
Pt. 12047
Date Posted:  06/08/2010
Date Climbed:   06/05/2010
Author:  maverick_manley
 Dragon's Tail (06-05) and IPW tour (06-06)

Comments or Questions
06/08/2010 16:35
Prakash, go on ebay and find a lightly used Canon for under 100$. I just nabbed a sd790 10mp, 5x zoom for 60$. The guy just wanted to get rid of it.

Looks like the park range still holds some spring adventures, wonder for how much longer with these temps. IPW just doesn‘t look worth the effort w/ skis.

Re: Camera
06/08/2010 17:51
Thanks. I‘ll look around there. IPW‘s goose is cooked for the season if it doesn‘t cool down there. Big big wet slides were abundant on Easterly aspects. I‘d still say it‘s fun out there (especially on North facing aspects) on skis, but my standards are low.

Nice one Prakash!
06/09/2010 20:44
Nice two actually. Looks like there is still a lot of snow, if things would just cool off a bit.

Thanks for the TR...
06/10/2010 04:04
...of an area close to home. It‘s always good to know what‘s going on just up the mountain. Nice pics!

06/10/2010 14:44
Yeah, there‘s definitely a good amount of snow. I was surprised to see Jasper socked in like that. Thanks Kimo, my pics are nothing next to yours man.

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