I went to Eureka the snow was good once you got back about 6-8 miles, but it was really cold -22 degrees. And there was still moisture in the air so goggles were useless.
Still put in 50 miles and had a blast. The snow in the mountains is really nice good base and 2-3' of fluff on top. It was deep enough that I had to turn around on a couple of hills. Couldn't just blast over the top.
Some firends and I broke trail up Johnson Pass last Sunday. Turnagan Pass has a lot of snow right now, last Thrusday a friend of my said that it was one of the top 5 deepest days he has seen.
Just a note that Turnagain, Johnson, and that whole area are not for the inexperenced riders. When you go you need to have the right gear, shovle, probe, and peep are a must. We had to cut a few alders and build a snow bridge to keep going, but once you get back in its great ridding.
I have a couple of pics that I took but when I tried to up load them they were too big. Anyone know how I can cut down there size, I just got the camara for X-mas and still learning how to use it.
Johnson Pass isn't open to riding yet is it? When I talked with the Seward ranger district they said there wasn't enough snow at the trail head to open any of the areas yet.
I am hoping we get enough snow by this weekend to open Lost Lake, 6 guys planning on the trip.
The software that came with your camera should allow you to size the images, the one I got my wife for Christmas will let me take a 1600x1200 image and one click it is a 640x480 image. Check out the particulars in your software.
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