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Recorded on iPhone SE with Gaia GPS for iOS

Mt. Stuart- Cascadian Couloir

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17.5 mi
Distance
9 hrs 13 min
Moving Time
50:39 min/mi
Pace
  • 14 hrs 48 min
    Total Time
  • 5 hrs 35 min
    Stopped Time
  • 1.9 mph
    Moving Speed
  • 1.2 mph
    Avg Speed
  • 8,192 ft
    Ascent
  • 8,559 ft
    Descent
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Sweet man! Glad you got out there. Hopefully ya'll had a great time :)

Thanks for the replies, skied it this morning! We similarly chose not to expose ourselves to the cornice hazard at longs but took a slightly different route than yall: https://www.gaiagps.com/datasummary/track/1b6c74ecb79825fb459307c532029c2904bdbd3c/

Hi again,

I misread your first comment. We took the path out from Ingalls because of obvious loose wet slides and cornice failures through the col at Longs Pass. Not a bad trek up and definitely much safer with the conditions.

Hi Gabe,

Sorry for the late reply. Currently in Costa Rica! You could definitely do it from Ingalls, however I feel there would be a lot of unnecessary traversing. I think the route we went would be much less time consuming and more fun. The road in will undoubtedly be more melted out as well in comparison to when we did it a couple of weeks ago. Have fun and let me know what you decided!

Interesting ascent route out from Ingalls creek, I wouldn't have thought of that. Do you recommend it?