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Mt. Ascutney with the Oz Man

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Up and back to the West Peak of Mt. Ascutney via the Weathersfield Trail. Very icy trail conditions! The Oz Man and I both took several world class tumbles. I was wearing Yak Trax Pros because my Katoola microspikes broke. And full-blown 10-point crampons would've been overkill, even dangerous with the many rocks poking up out of the ice-- snag a crampon fang on one of those going down and you're going headlong down the mountain. Wish I had taken some pics of the trail but I got some other shots that show the surrounds and the very nice view from West Peak.

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if you ever come up this way to western canada - you would LOVE to wander around in these here Rocky Mountains around Banff/Canmore !

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