Location: Summit -   Summit Lake
Date: Oct 28th, 2012
Better hiking than skiing. 25cm of snow completely faceted snow on Manitoba
with 4-6 cm surface hoar on top (above trees), 8-15 cm surface below treeline.
Interesting start to the season.
|Photo 1. Same story in the trees at Summit Lake.....as you might expect. 15cm surface hoar formations|
|Photo 2. Interesting start to the 2012-13 snowpack season--Summit Lake|
|Photo 3. |
|Lat: 60.6644 Long: -149.4745|
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