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  • 4 Sewards on a bluebird, picture taking day.

    https://project100singlewinter.files...0036.jpg?w=584

    Correct link (thanks Sean!): https://project100singlewinter.wordp...ge-jan-3-2018/
    Last edited by Neil; 01-05-2018, 03:51 PM.
    Project-100: 100 peaks, one winter. https://project100singlewinter.wordpress.com/

  • #2
    That's a pretty picture, but the link you wanted was probably this:
    https://project100singlewinter.wordp...ge-jan-3-2018/

    Edit to add: Wow, what a great day to be out.
    ADK 46/46W + MacNaughton, Grid 238/552
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    • #3
      Beautiful photos! And what a perfect day for it. Nice to see the views we missed one week ago on all 4 in 2 days. Guess we'll have to go back on a clear day.

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      • #4
        Yes, it was a great day to be out. The crucial part of the whole trip is leaving the summit of Seward, traversing below the headwall cliff, and finding the herdpath down the north side. We saw probable tracks on the summit ridge (depressions in the snow) and then nothing again till about 3500 feet.

        No one should think that, just because we went down it Wednesday, the upper part of the north side of Seward is "broken out". I'm sure that wind and yesterday's snow took care of that. Anyone attempting Seward from Ward Brook will have the most difficult climb of their life.

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