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High Sierra Descents – South

March 26, 2016 - March 27, 2016

The Eastern Sierra is well-known for its easy access to hundreds of ski summits. Nothing beats ripping turns off an alpine summit and then sniffing the desert sage of the valley bottom. For skiers who want to rise above the crowds and ski from a mountaintop!

This program requires a minimum of 2 to run on these scheduled dates at this promotional price, and will have a maximum guiding ratio of 4:1. We are happy to arrange this program on a custom, private basis. ClickHERE for details.

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Start:
March 26, 2016
End:
March 27, 2016
High Sierra Descents – South | Sierra Mountain Guides

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