Rosary Lakes

January 20, 2007

I did all of the leading from the back with this fit and experienced group. The weather was partly cloudy with light snow and temperatures in the upper 20s, and the ski conditions were a trace of fresh on top of rain crust. We were a little concerned about what that might mean on the way down.

We reached Upper Rosary Lake after an hour and 40 minutes, and decided that Middle Rosary Lake had better lunch accommodations. We had lunch in sunshine, with nice views of Pulpit Rock and the lake, but lunch ended abruptly when clouds obscured the sun and the temperature dropped considerably.

The trip down was fun, with only minor spills and better skiing than we anticipated. We were back at the parking lot in just over three hours. Thanks to a great bunch of skiers: Obsidians Brian Hamilton, Sue Wolling, Charlie Van Deusen, and non-member Art Souther.


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