|West Boundary Road - east side access to Mount Scott|
I had hoped I could summit Mount Scott (the highest peak in Crater Lake national park) on my way back from a Memorial Day road trip to eastern Washington. Mother Nature had other ideas, however, as the rainy season has apparently returned to the northwest. It was quickly clear that I would not be summiting, but I did manage hike for some turns on the north aspect of the southeast ridge. It was a wet affair, but, as always, there's no such thing as a bad day on skis.
|I was able to drive to 6,200 before the drifts stopped me|
|Skiable... but not for long|
|This is as high as I go|
|A (not so) bad day on skis|