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Discussion in 'Alpine & Snow' started by Kletterer, Sep 15, 2019.
Carwoola area towards the Flat - probally a little on the Googong Hill?
Yes I'd say so, though I don't know this area nearly as well as I'd like to
know it very well.. born and bred in "struggletown" and did 1000hrs plus flying out of CBR in bush fire control
Yep 28mm in our gauge this morning.
Monaro Police posted on FB this morning that dangerous road conditions existed around Captains flat this morning
Some more photos of the low level snow here
Couple of pics at Sawpit early this morning. Nothing unusual about snow on the trees (and there was a decent cover on them due to lack of wind) but look at the road surface.....
All that radiated stored heat took care of the road. Even the RMS reps gave up on the silly notion that chains were required .
At PV it was dust on crust, mizzle and very poor visibility. Did manage a few runs off piste - that was ok when you could see. Albeit heavish snow IMO.
Good photos tho..
helpful pointing finger, would never have known where the mountain is otherwise.
It was pointing out the skiable chute that formed after the landslip a couple of years ago. Not quite enough cover...
I'll allow that! I'm from Canberra originally and take my kids there every year for Christma and when we drive to Pine Island for swimming or Corin Forest for mountain sledding they call it "scar mountain"! Skiable chute btw. Be a hell of a run!
Would be awesome, but would need heaps of cover. It is really bouldery going up it!
1. Observed the last lot of rain and snow has left plenty at higher levels. Skiable most everywhere today but need to be on it early.
2. Spencer’s where the melt is well underway-but this pic not where they do the readings.