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Conditions on Moosilauke

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Conditions on Moosilauke

Postby Ski.I.A. » Mon Jan 30, 2006 9:52 pm

Has anyone been up to Moosilauke? I heard that it wasn't too bad last weekend. Kind of thinking about a trip there this weekend coming.
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Postby CalamityChris » Tue Jan 31, 2006 10:51 am

Looking at the NOAA models, Moosilauke looks like the best bet in the area. I can't say for sure though, as I just drove my on 93 this weekend. Cover from the road wasn't good.
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Postby CalamityChris » Wed Feb 01, 2006 5:01 pm

Does anyone have any updated beta? I'm thinking of taking a few friends out 2/4 for some lower elevation touring for turns. Can anyone recommend a better spot? The models I've seen have pointed to Moosilauke, but then again, they're just models. You know how ditzy models can be :D
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Postby RobRox » Thu Feb 02, 2006 8:55 am

No beta, but a thought. On the chance that the Snapper is not well covered I would probably go for the Carriage Road. A lot less level ground and better parking if you have AWD or 4x4.
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