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St. Mary's Glacier How to
Planning on heading up there next week when my brother visits. Got my mountain bike stolen (fuck that guy, hope he's hit by a bus) so trying to get some turns in, and maybeee some cliff jumping?
Let a guy know
sorry to hear about your bike man im a firm believer in karma he will most deff break his neck riding your bike haha. an my roommate has rode the glacier before but i he hasnt gone in a few months not sure if you can still ill ask him when i get home work today. if its still good id be down to shred to!!
SIP Cole Christianson
Backflips are the only trick you need to know
St. marys is pretty ill. It will probably still be fine as I've gone to St. marys in september and I was still able to find good skiing. I'm not sure what other advice to give besides being prepared for weather. Bring snacks and Water I guess
"growing up in north carolina I ate like 10 pancakes everday. I'm over this quote shit." -charlie ownes
Blade or Die
Don't know of any cliff jumping around st marys, the water would prolly be cold as fuck up there. If you're willing to make a bit of a drive out north of silverthorne, Green mtn reservoir is sick
It's a pretty easy hike, about .75 miles each way, there should be some snow, not great but definitely skiable. As far as cliff jumping there's a decent sized cliff on the far side of the 'lake'. I would go in the morning to avoid thunder storms, also make sure to bring 5 dollars for parking.
the cliff on the far side, is cold, kind of fun, very cold. even on a hot co summer day, but i was up on the glacier end of july and there was plenty of snow, and tracks.
Green mtn is def a better cliff jump spot, if youre up at marys, do it once, but... its cold.
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