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We made a plan to continue work on the Mt. Aneas weather station and feel out the new storm snow:
We elected to group ski down a ridge then picked our way through a short, treed slope (~30 degrees) noting more cracking and minor sluffing. We skied off into the sunset with dry snow down to 4000'
Observed debris at the base of Crown Bowl. Could not see track or start zone due to poor visability.
Small slab on the lee side of a short, steep rollover.
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