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I think it's the mountain erring that leads to a lot of the problems in
the backcountry, but that's just my opinion.

- Bruno


Dana Dorsett wrote:

> But of course backcountry skiing or mountainerring have their own
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> risks/rewards, but my perception is that they are considerably more
> dangerous per-day than any lift-served skiing ('ceptin' WaWa opening
> day. :-)  That's not to say you can't mitigate those risks... (where's
> my 1-iron? It's time to go skiing! :-)
>
> dana
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