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  1. #1 Peak 9016- A Backcountry Trip Report -Photos and Videos 
    Hardcore Skiboarder jjue's Avatar
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    My buddies and I scored a great day in the backcountry yesterday. We made a trip up an unnamed peak in the high sierra know as Peak 9016 for it's summit elevation . Despite the fact that it had not snowed for two weeks and snow coverage is still low in the backcountry we found a white paradise with untouched snow . Yes the snow was variable and challenging but that is the beauty of backcountry riding , you take what you get and have fun !!! Why don't you come along with us ?

    On the ridge ..

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    Nice and warm weather....
    I am using new Full Tilt Booters , Spruce Sherpa , mounted on the rear inserts with Spruce backcountry riser/AT binding ...


    Michael on Icelantic Scouts


    Billy and Rich on Hagan 130s ..


    Some clouds coming in higher on the ridge ...



    Making the final ascent toward 9016 ... three of us have decided not to make the final climb to the top of the peak because we are worried about icy snow on the face... but Michael is game to give it a go , and we will film his descent from the top of the peak ...


    Here is Michael descending the windblown firm steep face of 9016
    http://youtu.be/BBlJx4gtQ3Y


    We descend some nice open slopes with softer snow below the face ...


    Then we get into the trees .. Here is Billy makes some turns in the variable snow
    http://youtu.be/nFStcj2s-zo


    Here I make some turns on the rear set Sherpas ... I do prefer the regular Sherpas in variable backcountry snow over the new rockered version of the Sherpas ( Ospreys ) as I can ride the tails easily which helps in difficult backcountry snow ..

    http://youtu.be/S30a6Bs_4ik



    Me heading down the lower moderate slopes .. .
    http://youtu.be/TEZm3qFlyVE


    My buddies heading down the same slopes ..
    http://youtu.be/OoqMe-l6_UA


    Billy finding some good snow at the bottom
    http://youtu.be/8wmZTh18Kd4



    Snow is a bit tricky in spots.... me ,, coming to a sliding stop at home base !
    http://youtu.be/0l4ihVrtxkw


    Great Day !
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    SBOLTeam III Rider sempai's Avatar
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    Great pics and video jjue! Looks like you found some decent snow left in the Tahoe area. I'm really bummed I wasn't able to join you guys.

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    Past boards: Salomon Snowblades, Line MNPs 89 & 98 cm, Five-Os, Bullets, Jedis, Spruce 120s, LE 125s, Ospreys
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    Hardcore Skiboarder slow's Avatar
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    Thanks for sharing Jack. Some of need it to fill out appetite, so keep them coming.


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    Thanks for posting. I really enjoy your back country reports and edits. Those are some great hop turns from Michael on the steeps.
    Just these, nothing else !

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