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Peak(s):  Missouri Mountain  -  14,067 feet
Post Date:  04/19/2010
Date Climbed:   04/18/2010
Posted By:  KansasBoarder


 Four Course Meal on Mighty Mo!   

Ullr,

Thanks for serving us such a fine feast!

Sincerely,
Adimmen and KansasBoarder



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AlexMack


Yummy     04/20/2010 06:48
Well that does it, I‘ve gotta go hit those asap. I love that picture! Is it skinnable from the TH all the way to the base of the couloirs before the bootpacking begins? I take it the couloirs are pretty solid then? More beta please, this is teasing me!


pioletski


Love it!     04/20/2010 14:07
Nice poetic description, looks like you guys had a great time out there!


gb


pow     04/20/2010 15:23
I doubt that there‘s a 14er that gets skied in pow more often than Missouri. Not that windy, north facing, can still be climbed in pow somewhat reasonably...

Nice work hitting all those lines, once you‘re there, you might as well after the slog is over.


lordhelmut


looks appetizing     04/20/2010 16:43
I‘ll take the wings and skins, looks tasty. I think I‘ve been inspired to check out Missouri, just from one picture.


SummitAP

SWEETNESS     04/20/2010 17:10
SWEETNESS


SchralpTheGnar


true dat     04/20/2010 18:26
Double true, we hit that is sick powder too, of course we only did the main chute. I was tired after that, it looks like you guys added another 5,000 of vertical on the day. That must be some kind of record on Missouri.


benners


Love this TR     04/22/2010 20:57
Concise, to the point, and conveys just about all it needs to convey . Nice work fellas.


LIV


LOVE IT!     04/28/2010 00:51
What an interesting twist!



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