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    Centennial Cone?

    Has anybody been up to the Cone lately? Looking north from Floyd Hill today, it looks totally dry. I'm sure there's some snow/ice down in the switchbacks, but from afar it looks potentially rideable.

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    Not open until next week.
    http://www.co.jefferson.co.us/opensp...ce_T56_R95.htm

    The first valley usually has quite a bit of snow this time of the year.

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    Thanks. Thought it was open after Jan 1.

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    Sessioning the uphill could be cool
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    IE - The Cone is still that jacked, huh? Dang... it usually handles moisture pretty well, so I was hoping it was drying out nicely. I guess GM is the place to be!

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    My assumption is that the north sides are still snow/ice/muck. Please stay off (unless you're going to session the uphill ). Based on my measuring stick (my gully at the mt. Galbraith trailhead) shows snow/muck in the shadows.
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