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irrballsac 04-04-2014 12:10 AM

Seattle area
 
So my flight lands at 10:30pm Saturday, and I'm basically going to head straight to mt. Baker to ride on Sunday.

If anyone is interested, I wouldn't mind meeting up. Nothing is set in stone for my trip as far as Monday and Tuesday go, buy I'm open to suggestions.

neachdainn 04-04-2014 09:12 AM

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Originally Posted by irrballsac (Post 1661729)
So my flight lands at 10:30pm Saturday, and I'm basically going to head straight to mt. Baker to ride on Sunday.



If anyone is interested, I wouldn't mind meeting up. Nothing is set in stone for my trip as far as Monday and Tuesday go, buy I'm open to suggestions.


Hope you brought your gore tex ;)

irrballsac 04-04-2014 11:19 AM

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Hope you brought your gore tex ;)

As much as I've got. Saw they got 26" on my birthday and 14" today.

F1EA 04-04-2014 11:45 AM

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Hope you brought your gore tex ;)

...and flatlight goggle lenses :giggle:

irrballsac 04-05-2014 12:12 AM

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...and flatlight goggle lenses :giggle:

Haha I see both of you are in the Bc area. Any places you suggest? I have a rental car and don't care about driving.

thatkidwho 04-05-2014 10:25 AM

I heard Seymour is the best in the Vancouver area but if you're willing to drive there you might as well continue to whistler. It would be one long day trip.
Its about 1.5 hours to Vancouver from Seattle. Whistler is about 3 hours.

irrballsac 04-05-2014 10:51 AM

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I heard Seymour is the best in the Vancouver area but if you're willing to drive there you might as well continue to whistler. It would be one long day trip.
Its about 1.5 hours to Vancouver from Seattle. Whistler is about 3 hours.

I'm already thinking of going to whistler Monday, but am hoping the drive would be worth it. Maybe offering something that Stevens pass or crystal mountain couldn't?

F1EA 04-05-2014 11:12 AM

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Haha I see both of you are in the Bc area. Any places you suggest? I have a rental car and don't care about driving.

Go to Whistler.

Snow forecasted all weekend and monday. Only ~2hrs from the border. Shouldn't be too crowded on the weekdays......

thatkidwho 04-05-2014 11:26 AM

Yes whistler/blackcomb is worth the drive. Especially if they have snow. Look for the whistler season thread.

wrathfuldeity 04-05-2014 04:19 PM

I'd meet up but have fucked ankles...spent the past week hobbling on the beach...so not up to par yet for the slopes. Is the telus fest at whistler started yet?


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