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Old December 26th 11, 07:58 PM posted to rec.skiing.nordic
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Default black ice on Sierra lakes

Camped in the Sierras 22-24, Desolation Wilderness. The Sierras don't
have snow (what's left is from a month ago storm), but there is plenty
of black ice above 8,000 ft. The ice 1 foot+ deep. Ice skating is no
skiing, but still.
They say the Gorge has managed to groom a 5K loop. Can't confirm.
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Old January 2nd 12, 04:55 PM posted to rec.skiing.nordic
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Default black ice on Sierra lakes

http://www.mvsta.com/grooming2.html
 




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