May 2, 2017 Mount Carillon — Southeast Face Current Conditions

Mount Carillon — Southeast Face

Mount Carillon’s southeast face was supposed to be just an incidental snowfield en route to California fourteener Mount Russell, but instead it turned out to be 2000+ vertical feet of perhaps the best skiing I’ve ever had in the Sierra backcountry. In fact, we found excellent skiing on virtually all aspects below 13,000 feet in (more...)...

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