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Mt. High Events

 Last updated: September 18, 2018
Latest news in the left column,
Click on underlined events in the Calendar on the right or
scroll down for details of upcoming events.

Weather forecast for Government Camp on the right.
See bottom of this page for ski area reports.




September Lift Lines  - Mt. High Newsletter


NWSCC Trips - NW Ski Club Council and other local ski clubs.


FWSA News Flash - June 2018 issue. Far West Ski Association Newsletter. Trips, Racing, Ski news, and more.


Barlow Road field trip photos are now posted on our PHOTOS page. A video will also soon be added there.


Far West Skiers' Guide - Summer supplement.

Click on the image here to see this very colorful magazine. Learn all about the upcoming Far West Convention in Reno. Also read about summer fun at ski resorts.

Learn about our Scuba diving trips.


Click on each 2-page spread to thumb through the rest of the pages. 


Season Passes compared.  Compare the cost and benefits of various lift ticket passes. This was first published on page 8 of the September issue of Lift Lines (#177). It is now on our Articles page.



Our club provides numerous activities in the following categories.   

a)  Day trips to Mt. Hood ski areas – currently on TRIPS page,

b)  Ski trips to other ski areas in the West  -- see TRIPS page.

c)  Recreational racing – RACING pages.

d)  Social events, parties, etc. – on the HOME page.

e)  Summer activities (Biking, Hiking, Rafting, Picnic, etc.) – usually on our HOME page.

To fully understand what our club does, please see a whole year of past photos on the PHOTOS page.


Ski Fashion Show at the Mt. Hood Museum & Cultural Center in Government Camp.  See video of this fun event held on March 31, 2018. It shows vintage ski apparel from the 1930s to the present day, including several garments currently available for purchase at Hillcrest Sports in Gresham, Oregon.



Mt. High Cookbook available.

A great gift.


Debbi Kor put together a Club Cookbook, full of recipes contributed by many of our club members. You can purchase the book at any of our social events and ski trips, or

Contact Debbi at: ijustwannarun1@comcast.net



Man and Woman of the Year.

Our 2018 man and woman of the year are: Bill King and Debbi Kor. Congratulations!  They are also our current Vice-President (Bill) and President (Debbi).  See our Awards page for a list of past men and women of the year and other awards. Please send us your nominations for Man & Woman of the Year for 2019 (by October or early November 2018).


Bill King                Debbi Kor


Ski Areas page - new & improved

The best way to get info about ski areas. The updated page contains almost all the ski areas in the West, 170 of them. It's the easiest way to get info for a trip. Just click on whatever ski resort you want.

Also find info on heli-skiing.  Also available on our Ski Areas page is an Excel Spreadsheet continaing a list of all the ski area in Norrh America.  You can use it to track te places you have skied.


Latest Photos are now on our PHOTOS page, including pictures from the whole past year.


Mid-Week skiing at Mt. Hood Meadows

A group of us skis more or less regularly mid-week at Mt. Hood Meadows. Come join us.  See details below.


Weekend skiing at Timberline

A group of us skis more or less regularly on weekends att Timberline Come join us.  See details below.


Spring Passes on Mt. Hood

Spring is the nicest time to ski. You get more sunshine and fewer crowds. It is also the least expensive time to ski. A Spring Pass give you unlimited skiing through March, April and June.

     1. Mt. Hood Skibowl:  $109.

     2. Timberline:   $139

     3. Mt. Hood Meadows:  $169


Road trip, Skiing some hidden gems.  Kurt Wilke and Emilio Trampuz went on a 4-day road trip to ski some small and hidden gems in eastern Oregon and Washington.  See this video of their adventure.


Let's ski together!   Join for an informal fun day on the slopes! Our weekend skiers tend to go to Timberline and/or Skibowl.  Our mid-week skiers usually go to Meadows on Thursdays or whenever there is some fresh powder. How to connect with us?

  1. See the weekend & mid-week entries on our TRIPS page.

  2. Click on our two FORUM buttons in the menu and see who is going skiing and when. Participate in the discussions!

  3. See our Facebook page, where all our members can post their own messages and often invite others to come ski with them. Start by clicking on the Facebook button in our main menu.

 Mt. Hood Express bus service

We have always encouraged carpooling from Sandy, and that is still an option. But, now you can take the new Mt. Hood Express bus instead. For only $2 (or just $1.50 if you prepay for 20 tickets), you can ride the bus from Sandy to Skibowl, Government Camp, or Timberline. Catch the bus right on Hwy. 26, at a park and ride bus stop half way between Champion Way and 362nd (which is the Fred Meyer traffic light in Sandy). Turn into Champion Way to park at the Information Center.  The most convenient bus starts at 7:45 am and arrives at Skibowl at 8:32 and at Timberline at 9 am. Click here for the complete schedule.


Also note that Timberline runs its own hourly shuttle between Government Camp (stopping at the Mt. Hood Brewing Co., at Collins Lake Resort, and at the Chevron station at the top end of Govy). This shuttle runs only on weekends and holidays. Approximately once an hour to make the full round trip.


Powder Alliance.  Unlimited skiing at Timberline and Mt. Hood Skibowl + 3 free tickets at each of 17 other ski areas, for a total of 51 free ski days
Not valid on Saturdays.
Those 71 and over pay only $50.
All prices will increase after Nov. 5 and 26.. See more at: www.powderalliance.com  and on the Facebook page:




The GOOD OLD TIMES will soon be  moved

Photos from our whole past year will soon be moved from the Photos page to a new Photos 2018 page. Our Photos page will be cleared to make room for new photos for this coming season, starting with the SkiFever Show and the Kickoff Party.. Just keep scrolling down the photos page to see all our past events. 


Skiing North America - An article about our club member John Andrew skiing all of North America has appeared in the Wall Street Journal on March 20, 2016.  See here.


Let's go skiing!

Meet at McDonald's in Sandy 7:30 am.  We can carpool, or just drive up together. Some of us are going to Timberline or Skibowl. Others are going to Meadows. We can all meet at McDonald's. See details about our day trips on the TRIPS page. Hey, a day trip is a trip too!  If you have a 2-way radio, tune it to channel 6-19.


Mt. High Entry into FWSA Outstanding Club contest

Kurt Krueger has completed a 10-page fully illustrated document that is our club's entry in the FWSA Outstanding Club contest. Winning clubs will be announced at the Far West Convention in San Diego, CA, in June 2015. Click on the headline or go to our Forms & Documents web page.


50% discount at adidas 

Go to our Bulletin Board and print the special coupon for the adidas employee store, fill it out and get a 50% discount. Thanks to our member Elsebeth Frank for offerng this.

NOTE: This offer is not ongoing.  It comes and goes periodically.  When it becomes available again,  Mountain High club members who have opted to receive ALL emails will be informed by email.


New Video about our club 

See the new video about what our club has been up to lately. Included is a funny snow report about the upcoming Whitefish Mt. trip.


Express Rental & Service shop in Rhododendron

John Hanson (formerly of the Ski Chalet) is helping Skibowl with a new project in Rhododendron: an Express Rental & Service outlet with retail as well. He says:
"One of our target customers is the high school/ club racer looking to maintain a competitive advantage. Racers can drop their skis off after training nights and pick them up ready to go on race day. We are currently set up to do edge tunes and hot waxes."

Hours are:  Mon-Tue: 8-5,  Wed-Fri: 8-9pm,

                 Sat:  7-6pm   and   Sun: 8-6pm.

Next season, they plan to stock race accessories as well.
Stop by anytime. The location is  on the right hand side of Hwy 26 in Rhododendron across from the Village Market.

Phone 844-200-RENT (7368).


Learn to Ski - Or Help Someone 

Our club now has a new page devoted just to beginner skiers, and we need volunteers who are willing to help newcomers to the sport. This is a win-win for everybody. By brining in new people to the slopes, the ski areas get more customers, our club gets more members, and the newcomers get their wings (their skis or boards)!



Membership renewal.  Please renew your club membership in the Fall (September, October, or early November). This is also the best time to sign up for a ski trip with the club. It is best to renew in person at the annual Ski Fair or at our annual Kickoff Party. If you do it by mail, simply print print the Dough Transmittal form and mail it in. You can find it on our Membership page and on the Forms & Docs page.



Join a PACRAT team 

 Teams are being formed in October and November, and many teams need a few new team-mates.


Camaraderie, fun, racing, aprčs ski parties and more!


Check it all out on our Racing page and on the PACRATs web site.


Contact:  Racing@mthigh.org



Mt. High has a Facebook page  

Thanks to Bruce Kuper for setting up a Favebook Page for Mountain High. It is a Facebook group. Check it out, join the group, and start posting your messages, photos, questions, etc. See it at:




Member Benefits updated - 20% off at the Taco Shoppe  Thanks to Kevin Bastin, owner of the Taco Shoppe and a Mountain High club member, we have now been offered 20% off of any item on the menu (not just the burritos). But only 10% discount during the summer months.

The Taco Shoppe is located in Government Camp, across the street from the Huckleberry Inn (but a house or two up the road), or just downhill from the Mount Hood Museum. See details on our Membership Benefits page and on our Bulletin Board page.  Click here for see their full menu.


Emilio's side-country article on Shred Hood

Check out a detailed description of Timberline's side-country options in an article written by Emilio and just published on ShredHood.org. It's a 5-page article, so click on the "Next" button at the bottom of each page. And don't be confused by the fact that each page begins with the same trail map, for easy reference.


ShredHood.org is a web site devoted to everything Mt. Hood. It contains the latest news, classifieds, racing, new school, old school, videos, slides, events, resources.
The web site was started by Ben Jacklet, a local journalist.
Check it out: http://shredhood.org/





Ski pole Inclinometers -

Attach this simple device to your ski pole and use it to measure the slope steepness.













Color code:  This color code is valid until you use the links. The viewed links will then change color, due to your browser's settings, but the dates will still remain the original color.

Blue: Mountain High club events   
Maroon: NWSCC, FWSA, or multi-club events
Black: General events



Sept. 1 - 5 :          Idaho bike trip - Hiawatha trail and the 72-mile long CDA trail

Sept. 16 (Sun.):  Mt. High Picnic at Vancouver Lake

Sept. 17 (Mon):   Mt. High Board Meeting

Sept. 22 (Sat):     Hawk Migration Festival

Sept. 29 (Sat):     History Happy Hour: Mt. Hood Trivia & Prizes - Lloyd Musser & Janet Paulson.



Oct.   3 (Wed):    Hillcrest Sports Race Night 

Oct. 12 (Fri.):      Warren Miller movie + dinner

Oct. 13 (Sat.):     Mt. High Seafood Party

Oct. 17 (Wed):    NWSCC at Columbia Sportwear

Oct. 19 - 20:        Snowvana

Oct. 27 (Sat):      History Happy Hour: Missoula Flood and Oregon settlement patterns - Rick Thompson



Nov. 2 - 4 :           SkiFever & Snowboard Show

Nov.  5 (Mon):     Kickoff / Membership Party

Nov. 10 (Sat.):     Pray For Snow Party

Nov. 13 (Tue.):    New members Welcoming Party



Dec. 29 (Sat):      History Happy Hour: Mt. Hood Movie Outtakes - Lloyd Musser


See more event details in the next section below.




Club membership has steadily increased from 2002 - 2011, and has stabilized around 300 since then. Current membership as of September 2015 = 304.


Mt. High Board meetings 

Last Monday of the month, we meet at the Round Table Pizza  10070 SW Barbur Blvd., Portland (near the corner of Capitol Hwy.) to plan future club events, trips. Phone: (503) 245-2211.  If you would like to get a bit more involved with the club, please come and join us. This is a working and planning  meeting, but it's open to all. Social gathering: 6:00 pm, and the meeting starts at: 6:30 pm.


NWSCC meetings


Representatives of local ski clubs gather to coordinate activities, plan joint events and trips. Sometimes, there's a guest speaker. These meetings are open to all.

Time: Socializing starts at 6 pm. Meeting starts at 6:30 pm..

Dates: Meetings are held quarterly on the 3rd Wednesday in October, December, March and June.

Location: At various locations around the Portland metro area. See the NWSCC web site for details. 


Searching for the Perfect Ski Watch

Check out some of the features available on watches these days: Altimeter, Compass, Clinometer, Barometer, Stop-watch, and more. And water resistant to 200 meters. Sadly, not all in one watch. Read article.


Oregon Skiing & Boarding Blog

A blog set up by Drew Jackson, the weatherman at KPTV-12, writing about snow conditions from a skier's perspective. This has been added to both our Blogs and Links pages.


Vision for the 21st Century

A whole new vision of enhancing both safety and fun on the slopes. Read all about it (click on the "Vision" button. Get involved. Write to the ski areas. Write to ski magazines. Refer them to our website: www.mthigh.org/Vision.htm.


Trips Survey Results

Thanks to the 60 people who completed the online survey. See the results summarized in the July issue of "Lift Lines", or see the complete results here:


Mt Hood List - A great new site!

Go to MtHoodList.com to post your own message, to find a carpool to Mt. Hood, to find buddies for a Meadows 4x4,  or any other Mt. Hood related activity.


Check out this content on our site!

   a) Blogs eg.: David Schor's adventures

   b) Videos (our recent trips and racing)

   c) Skis for sale on our Bulletin Board!


Send us your photos/stories!
What did you do this past winter? Where  did you ski? Where were you 20 or 30 years ago?  How did you learn to ski?  Any spectacular falls?  Any embarrassing moments? Send in your personal short stories or reminiscences.  Please add a photo of yourself or the people in your story. Digital photos are most welcome. Printed photos will be scanned in and returned to you.  Contact Emilio.


Free $kiing corner.

Free or half-priced lift tickets.


In the Forum, post your questions, requests, offers, or help provide answers.


Bulletin Board vs. Forum

For plain text announcements or questions, feel free to post your own message in the Forum.

For more elaborate, announcements, including graphics, photos, etc. please email them to us at info@mthigh.org and we'll post it on the Bulletin Board.


We Want You!

We know you have something to contribute to the club.  Organize a party, a hike. a game of cards, a visit to the theater, or just a TGIF. Take your favorite activity and invite other club members to join you. Just let us know what you could do for the club. Or, better yet, come to our monthly planning meeting, any last Monday of the month, at the Round Table Pizza.


2-way Radios on the slopes!

Connect with other club members on the slopes. Simply get on the radio channel 6-19, and call for Mountain High members. That is Channel 6, Privacy code 19. There is a permanent note about this on our TRIPS page.


Free Antivirus

Say goodbye to your paid antivirus. Avast! is totally free and performs even better in tests. Download it and try it yourself: http://www.avast.com/en-us/get/6SK2Jprm


NW Sk/Ride Challenge

The Challenge continues each winter season. It is not a competition for the most ski areas visited.  Instead, everyone who visits at least 7 ski areas in the Northwest will be entered into a drawing for a prize.


Just save your lift tickets or receipts from the ski areas and mail them to the NWSCC:  The address is on the form. Click here for the Entry Form and Rules in Word or PDF.


Skiing the Northwest can be quite an adventure. See David Schor's blog: http://skiwashington.blogspot.com, and Emilio's journal on our "Articles" page, at:




Video about our club

Short 5 minute summary of what our club is al about. Must see!

See it at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=woXVvae4Iww



Web site & Newsletter

At the 2014 FWSA Convention in June, we won

1st place for Web site.

1st place for Newsletter.

1st place for Outstanding Club.

See more on our Awards page.



Proof that Straight skis were always Shaped.

Straight skis were never really straight. See proof in this video.


Boots & More Performance LLC

with Greg Coulter

Greg Coulter has left Hillcrest Sports to focus on Boots and More. He has been involved with the ski industry for 25+ years and has chosen to go his own direction.

Boots and More is service only.  Boot fitting, and ski & snowboard tuning and repair. It also sells insoles and liners as well as boot accessories.

The big difference between Greg Coulter and everyone else is that he will pick up and drop off the customers equipment.

Contact Greg via email; gcoulter40@gmail.com,  or phone 503-917-9360.

Visit the Boots and More Facebook page and Like it. 

Also, see the BAM Performance website to find out more.



PACRAT Rat Attack photos & multimedia show

A few of the best photos from the 30th annual Awards Banquet known as the "Rat Attack" have been posted on our Photos page.

Also, see the PACRAT Racing multimedia show created by Bruce Kuper and shown at the Rat Attack: http://youtu.be/6_-q8oodXYY 


 Mid-week Skiing

Ken BrundidgeKenny Brunidge has volunteered to coordinate the mid-week skiers

You can join the mid-week group and post a message in the mid-week forum whenever you plan to go up skiing and see if others can join you. More info on our "Trips" page.





January is Learn to Ski & Snowboard Month

Introduce a new person to the sport by having them take a lesson from a certified ski instructor, and you could win a prize




Powder Alliance adventure blog

Emilio has left on a 4,000 miles road trip to ski as many Powder Alliance ski areas as possible. Lots of driving. But the skiing is free for anyone with a Fusion Pass. He will try to keep a diary marking his progress. Check out his “Ski Delights” blog at: http://skidelights.blogspot.com/




Note: Trips and Racing events have their own pages.

The events listed below are events other than ski trips and races.

Mt. High members at Stevens Pass


Mt. High members on Mt. Hood




Our club provides numerous activities in the following categories.  Most of them have their own separate pages on our web site:


a)  Day trips to Mt. Hood ski areas  (both weekend and mid-week) – currently on the TRIPS page..

b)  Ski trips to other ski areas in the West  -- see TRIPS page.

c)  Recreational racing – RACING pages.

d)  Social events, parties, etc. – on the HOME page.

e)  Summer activities (Biking, Hiking, Rafting, Picnic, etc.) – usually on our HOME page.


Our Home page is mainly a calendar of events and a place to post social events that don't have their own separate pages, such as Trips and Racing events do.


To get a better view of what our club does, please check the ABOUT US page and the PHOTOS page, which shows almost everything we did in the past year(s). Each season, we start to build a new Photos page, so if you are checking us out at the beginning of the season, check out one of the previous year's Photos page, which will be more complete.




In Wallace, the trail goes right under I-90 for a short stretch. The building in the photo is the Railroad Museum.





Click here for trail map.

The map shows both the CDA trail and the  Hiawatha trail.




Emilio Trampuz







1. Kellogg:  Fairbridge Inn

601 Bunker Avenue

Kellogg, ID 83837


Reservations:  208-783-1234

Reserve at least the first 3 nights.

The 4th night is either here or in Harrison

To get the group discount, tell them you are with the "Mountain High" group.


Cost per room:Saturday: $109  .  .  .

Sunday - Wednesday:  $79

Any additional nights:  $79


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2. Harrison:  Lake View Lodge



Normal price:  $148 - $325


To get the group discount, tell them you are with the "Mountain High" group.

Regular rooms are already taken, but you will probably get a room with a kitchenette for the same price of $135.

NOTE: If you forget to identify yourself as member of the Mountain High group, you will be told that there are no more roms available, because we reserved most of them.


Idaho bicycle trip

Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes

72 mile paved trail across the Idaho panhandle


Route of the Hiawatha trail

15 miles of smooth dirt road through tunnels and over railroad trestles

Click here for map


September 1 - 5, 2018.  (Saturday - Wednesday) - Labor Day weekend plus 2 days.  Drive your own car or carpool with someone. We will definitely need to carpool within Idaho to shuttle between the different segments of the trail. The more cars we have, the more flexible we'll be.


The CDA Trail is a72 mile long paved bicycle trail from the town of Mullan (near the Montana border) to the town of Plummer (south of Couer d'Alene).  We will definitely see at least: egrets, osprey, and grebes (birds that can swim under water), plus deer, wild turkeys, and maybe some moose too, if we are lucky. Moose are the most elusive.


Optiona attractions along our path include: eat at the "Snake Pit" in Enaville, visit a Railroad Museum, and/or visit a Silver mine near historic Wallace. Also, see the Center of the Universe in Wallace, Idaho.


Lodging in the town of Kellogg for 4 nights.  includes: lodging,  breakfast, and an indoor swimming pool with a hot-tub. Cost per room = $109 on Saturday night and then $79 on all the other nights. That's a total of $346 per room (plus tax) for all 4 nights. Split between two people, that's $173 per person for all 3 nights


Lodging in the town of Harrison is optional on our last night there. Most of us will just 3 nights in Kellogg and1 night in Harrison (for the basic 5-day trip).  You can also stay one more night in Harrison if you wish to extend your trip to 6 days or more, either to bike some more or to just enjoy the lake. Cost per room with our group discount is $135 per room per night, and the number of rooms is very limited.


Note that the Harrison hotel doesn't offer breakfast and doesn't have a hot tub or swimming pool.  The town itself, the park, the lake and the nearby river are beautiful, but we can and will enjoy it during the daytime anyway.  We don't have to sleep there if the price seems high.


Please let Emilio know your lodging preferences.

Also, contact Emilio if you need a roommate. We'll pair you up if you don't already have someone you want to share the room with.


Cycling is free on the CDA Trail, but the Hiawatha trail charges about $20 per person (which includes a bus ride back to the starting point).


1. DEPARTURE: It is recommended that we all plan on leaving Portland by about 8 am on Saturday (Sept. 1), especially if we want to allow for a couple of hours to ride the Sacajawea trail in the Tri-Cities. Also, leaving early in the day would give us time to check into our hotel in Kellogg, freshen up, and go out to dinner together, where we can start planning the next day.


2. TRANSPORTATION: We’ll drive up in our own cars. Some carpooling is possible, but don’t overfill your car with passengers and luggage. Try to keep your car half empty, so we can take turns at shuttling people up and down the trail. Unless you have a very large minivan or SUV, ideally each car should have no more than 2 people in it and the ability to carry 3 bicycles + at least 1 additional temporary passenger.

3. BICYCLE: You don’t need a mountain bike. The 72 miles of the Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes are perfectly paved and smooth, perfect even for racing bikes with those super-skinny tires. The 15-mile Hiawatha trail is not paved, but it is still smooth enough for a road bike with medium tires (just maybe not the skinny racing ones).

4. BRAKES: You definitely need good brakes for the first few miles from Mullan to Wallace, on the eastern end of the trail, which we will ride in the downhill direction. Also, for the western end of the trail from Plummer to Harrison. Most of the stuff in between is flat. So, to be on the safe side, please make sure your bicycle brakes are not totally worn out!


a) The 72 mile Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes between Plummer and Mullan is really nicer, paved, and includes facilities (picnic tables, restrooms, etc.)See a diagram showing the elevation gain along this trail.  Note that the middle part is almost completely flat, ad the two segments on each side we will do in a downhill directions.

b) The Hiawatha Trail is about 15 miles of unpaved compressed gravel road. This trail goes through several tunnels and passes over several railroad trestle bridges. Most of it is fun, except for the very first tunnel, which is 1.7 miles long. You need to have lots of lights to ride through it. At a minimum, one light on the bike and another on your head. Bring the brightest flashlights you can find. Have more lights if you can. The tunnel walls are sooty black from the coal-powered steam locomotives, and it is very hard to see. Even if you don’t have a problem riding through it, it’s not really fun. I would recommend taking your car over the 5 mile forest road that goes over the hill bypassing the tunnel. There is plenty of parking space on the other side of the tunnel.


c) An unpaved, packed gravel road between the Hiawatha and the CDA Trail. This connecting road crosses the Idaho/Montana border at Lookout Pass ski area, and it totals about 20 miles. Alternatively, one could simply park the car at the Lookout Pass ski area and ride the approximately 12 miles to Mullan, where the paved CDA Trail begins. But beware, it is easy to accidentally take the wrong road and not realize it for many a mile. This is not part of the official trail and it is not marked at all. We are NOT planning to ride this unmarked and unpaved section. But if you want to do it, just get an early start, so you can ride this section and then meet the rest of the group.

d) The Sacajawea Heritage trail, a 23-mile bicycle loop near the confluence of the Columbia and Snake rivers at the Tri-cities (Richland, Pasco, Kennewick) in Washington. This is about half way to Idaho, and a perfect place for a break from the driving. At least some of us will do this on on the drive up to Idaho. We don't need to do the whole 23 miles. Even just 5 - 10 miles through a riverside park would be fun.


The general plan would be to do it as follows

We plan to ride socially, together, at a moderate pace.:


Saturday. Just drive to Idaho, with an optional stop at the Sacajwea trail in Kennewick, WA.  Stay the night in Kellogg, ID.

Sunday, Ride the Hiawatha Trail.  First take our cars for abot 4 miles into Montana, take the "Taft" exit off of I-90, and then dfollow a dirt road for another mile or two to the start of the trail just before the long tunnel.  Stop near the tunnel just to pay your access fee, but then feel free to drive your car another 5 miles over the hill to the other side of the tunnel.

Stay the night in Kellogg, ID.


Monday. CDA part 1.  Mullan to Kellogg.  Total of 18 miles. Stop at the half-way point to spend some time in historic Wallace, where we could visit the railroad museum and/or the silver mine and/or a brothel that is now a museum. Also have lunch somewhere in town. Then ride the remaining 10 miles back to Kellogg. If you wish, double the mileage from 18 to 36 miles by riding uphill to Mullan and then return to Kellogg down the same trail.

Stay the night in Kellogg, ID.

Tuesday. CDA part 2. Kellogg to Harrison. Ride 38 miles, almost all flat. This includes includes all of of the wilderness area, where we are most likely to see wildlife. Also, let's stop for a nice brunch at the “Snake Pit” in Enaville - which is not too far from Kellogg (maybe only about 5 miles or so). The bulk of the ride would be after that breakfast stop. You are guaranteed to see at least egrets, eagles, and grebes (birds that can swim under water). If we are lucky, we might also see some moose. We might even take a quick swim in the river we'll be riding along.

We could stay the night in either in Kellogg or in Harrison.


Alternative for this Tuesday ride. Instead of shuttling our cars back and forth and riding our bikes all 38 miles, we could skip a portion of the trail closest to Kellogg and instead focus on the wilderness part that is closer to Harrison.  To do this, we would load up all our gear and simply move all our cars to Harrison early in the morning. Then, we would start the bike ride from Harrison and ride east (toward Kellogg) for about the 15 most interesting miles, perhaps to Medimont. And then reverse direction and ride back to Harrison.  By doing the wilderness portion of the trail twice, we would increase our chances of seeing some wildlife.


Even people staying on in the Kellogg hotel can do the same.  Drive their cars and bikes to Harrison in the morning, then ride the western half of the trail (Harrison to Medimont and back), and at the end of the day, they'll have their cars in Harrison for an easy return drive to Kellogg.

Wednesday. CDA part 3. Plummer to Harrison.  Ride the last 16 miles on the west end of the trail. Maybe take a swim in Lake Coeur d'Alene.  Then have lunch in Harrison, and head back home. If we leave by about 1 pm, we can be back in Portland by about 8 or 9 pm.   If we leave by 2 pm, we can be home by about 9 or 10 pm.


Optionally, you could stay on in Harrison for an additional night or two, and then enjoy the park, the lake, maybe rent a kayak or canoe, or go swimming.

Let Emilio know your preferences for driving, carpooling, biking, and lodging (room-mates, etc.), and I will do my best to match you up and pair you up (unless you already have a partner). We will have 2 people per room, just like on any of our ski trips.


Everyone please call the hotels directly to make your own reservations.  See the left column for hotel reservations info. Make sure to tell them you are part of the Mountain High group to get the group discount.


Click here for trail map.








Take the Fourth Plain WEST exit off of I-5 and go 4.7 miles west to the main gate.



Click here for a MAP of the park and the available shelters.



Let us know if you are coming!

Please RSVP to

Debbi Kor


or  (503) 314-7078.


Mt. High Picnic

 at Vancouver Lake


September 16, 2018 (Sunday).  11:30 am.  Food served at noon.

WHERE: Vancouver Lake         See video.
                 Heron North shelter.   See


The picnic is a potluck. We’ll have sausages of various kinds (spicy and non-spicy) on the grill. Bring something else to share. Also bring your own drink.


Bring your water toys:  We can bike around the lake, or swim in it, or kayak, canoe, windsurf, stand-up paddle, etc.



     1. There is a $3 parking fee to get in,

     2. There is absolutely no alcohol allowed in the park.


It is supposed to be a nice day on Sunday. Debbi has found an area of 5 tables in a cluster, with 2 charcoal grills, near the beach. There is a volleyball net up, so if anyone has a volleyball, bring it. If it's not so nice, we have a reserved shelter. I will put up some Blue & White Balloons to mark our place.


Once inside the park, go AROUND the round-about and pull into the first paved parking lot. We will be at the far end of the lot. Again, watch for the balloons.


The Heron North shelter has an interior seating capacity of 72. Amenities include a BBQ grill, sink with running water and prep surface, electricity, garbage cans and nine 10' picnic tables.


Click here for a MAP of the park and the available shelters. Note that we will be in the Heron North shelter..





Mt. High
Monthly meeting

Usually on the last Monday of the month.

Mountain High

monthly Board meeting

September 17
, 2018. (Monday) - Usually the last Monday of the month. 


6:00 pm - social gathering;

6:30 pm - formal meeting. 

Location: Round Table Pizza, 10070 SW Barbur Blvd., near Capitol Hwy. (by McDonald’s).


This is an organizational and planning meeting, attended mainly by Board members, trip leaders, activity organizers etc., but it is open to all.  Anyone wanting to get more involved with the club is welcome.




Mt. Hood Museum & Cultural Center




Hawk Migration Festival

in Government Camp


Sept. 22 (Saturday)

The Mt. Hood Museum will host the Hawk Migration Festival at the museum in Government Camp. The Mt. Hood Cultural Center & Museum hosts the second annual event in partnership with Hawkwatch International, the U.S. Forest Service, and the Audubon Society of Portland.


The family-friendly event includes live raptors, vendor booths, and educational programs and activities. The festival runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Participants can travel to Bonney Butte, where Hawkwatch International counts and bands raptors during the fall migration.


HawkWatch International is a non-profit organization that works to protect raptors and our shared environment through scientific research and public education. For more information about this free event, visit www.hawkwatch.org.


The Mt. Hood Museum preserves and showcases the rich history of Mount Hood through interpretive exhibits and educational programming. The museum features six galleries that highlight the history of the mountain's early exploration, winter sports, settlement and natural history.


The museum in the center of Government Camp, the Mt. Hood Information Center and the Museum Gift Shop are open seven days a week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The museum is closed Thanksgiving and Christmas.

For more information, contact Janet Paulson at 503-970-3810.


More info at the Mt. Hood Museum's web site: www.mthoodmuseum.org/schedule.html




Click on image above or click below for

the flyer



I-84 East to exit 16. Turn right @ top of exit.
Follow approx 3 miles to SE Burnside. Turn left on Burnside
Follow 1 mile to Gresham Village Shopping Center.
Hillcrest Sports is located on the right hand side.



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Hillcrest Sports All Season Rentals

At Hillcrest Sports in Gresham you can rent a ski package (skis, boots, bindings, and poles) for a whole season.

Rent them now and return them in May. The cost is:

               $179 for adults

               $139 for kids.

Prices will increase in October.

16th annual

Hillcrest Equipment Night

aka Hillcrest Race Night



October 3, 2018  (Wednesday) -  4:30 - 8:30 pm


Best prices of the year from all the top companies!  Factory reps will be present to answer your questions. As always, the folks at Hillcrest are your contact for: Rossignol, Fischer, Atomic, Marker, Leki, Blizzard, Tecnica, Nordica, POC, Smith and Volkl.


All athletes (U-12 and older), High School, Masters, and PACRATs to Hillcrest’s annual Race Night.


This is THE time to order all the gear you will need at low, low competition pricing. You know the drill. Race reps will be on hand to answer all your questions and help in fitting all your equipment for the upcoming season.

Parents of younger athletes, please stop by for information on our Junior Lease Program.


Special discounts on in-store product for racers, coaches and attendees of race night.


Hillcrest Sports is located in Gresham, on your way to Mt. Hood! The address is: Hillcrest Sports

                               2506 SE Burnside Rd
                               Gresham, OR 97080


Questions: Contact Gary Gunderson, (503) 351-0643 or email: ggunderson@sapiazza.com

If you have any questions please feel free to call the store. Ask for  Dexter.
Contact Hillcrest Ski and Sports at:
Phone:  503-665-4455

Warren Miller's new film:

"Face of Winter"



Click on the image above to enlarge it.


The movie is at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall,  1037 SW Broadway,

Portland, Oregon, 97205.


MAP (click to enlarge):

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Dinner and/or drinks at the Hop City Tavern http://hopcitytavern.com. It is located at the bottom of the Hilton Hotel and is very close to the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (almost across the street from it). It is the former Bistro 921, but is totally remodeled.



The price of the ticket to see the movie is high, but it will be more than offset by the free lift tickets, plus all the other discount coupons we'll receive.


Plus, you'll also get a free subscription to Ski Magazine if you fill out a questionnaire inside the glossy magazine we will all receive at the theater.


Warren Miller movie + Mt. High dinner


"Face of Winter"


October 12 (Friday), 2018.   Click here for a map.    Tickets: $20.50.


Dinner/drinks at 5:30 pm Pre-movie social location is  at the Hop City Tavern http://hopcitytavern.com. It is located at the bottom of the Hilton Hotel and is very close to the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall (almost across the street from it). It is the former Bistro 921, but is totally remodeled.


Movie  at  7:30 pm -at the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, 1037 Southwest Broadway.  Click here for 2-minute movie trailer.


For 70 years, ski families have cheered the official kickoff of winter with the ski film company that started it all. This year is no different. The family grows, and the traditions grow richer, in Warren Miller’s "The Face of Winter".


Our group tickets purchase deadline is Wednesday, Sept.19.  To get good seats, we need to order early! Send your check Sandra Smith. See address below.


Please let Sandra Smith know if you are coming to dinner and/or drinks, so we can reserve an appropriate number of tables.  Email her at Sandra@pacifier.com or phone: 503-646-4591.

Please do not come unannounced!


Here is a list of freebies everyone attending the movie in Portland will receive. Screenings at other locations don't always get the same things. 


1. Mt Bachelor:  TWO DAYS OF SKIING FOR THE PRICE OF ONE AT MT. BACHELOR.  Valid for a 2-of-3-day lift ticket for $99. Offer valid from Opening Day 2018 to Closing Day 2019,   EXCEPT FOR: 12.26.18 through 1.01.19 AND 2.16.19 through 2.17.19. The 2-of-3-day ticket is non-transferable and allows one person to ski or ride two days within a consecutive three-day period.  Tickets cannot be combined with any other offers and are non-refundable.


2.  Mt. Hood Meadows:  2-FOR-1 MIDWEEK EVENING LIFT TICKET TO MT. HOOD MEADOWS.  Good for One (1) FREE Wednesday or Thursday evening (3–9 p.m.) lift ticket with the purchase of another lift ticket of equal or greater value for that same evening. Valid from Opening Day 2018 through Closing Day 2019.


3.  Hoodoo:  2-FOR-1 MARATHON LIFT TICKET TO HOODOO SKI AREA.  Voucher good for a 2-FOR-1 Friday-only Marathon (9 a.m. to 9 p.m.) adult lift ticket to Hoodoo. OFFER VALID from 1.11.19 through Closing Day 2019.


4. A free subscription to Ski Magazine, if you fill out the contest entry form at the theater. You'll find the form inside the slick magazine everyone will receive.


More details at:



To get all this stuff, all you need to do is come see the movie with us.  


Send in your $20.50  per person check to Sandra Smith for a group tickets purchase, by Wednesday, September 19.


After this date, you will have to buy your own ticket and it will cost you $33.35 at the  PCPA Box Office, by phone 503.946.7272, and at all TicketsWest outlets (800-325-SEAT) - due to an added convenience charge.  So, by going with our group discount, you get a total saving of almost $13 per ticket.


We will purchase movie tickets only for those who send in their money in advance. 


Please make your check payable to Sandra Smith, and send it to:  

Sandra Smith

1500 SW 134th Avenue

Beaverton, OR 97005.


You can also pay by Paypal or Zelle.  Email or call Sandra for details.

Contact Sandra at: Sandra@pacifier.com


No need to include any forms for this.  Only, please indicate if you are planning to join us for dinner and/or drinks before the movie or not. Also, please include your mailing address, so we can mail you tour ticket, as well as your email address, so we can notify you if there are any last minute changes.


Dinner / drinks is optional, and everyone pays for their own order, but it's a great way to socialize, meet some new members, find out who else is going on that trip you were eyeing for this season, ... etc.   See you there!







Mt. High

Seafood Party 


October 13, 2018 (Saturday) at 6:00 pm.

Hors d’oeuvres start at 6:00; dinner at 6:30.


Our annual end-of-summer Seafood party is coming up. Pete Troy has been in Alaska all summer long and will be bringing home some excellent seafood for us to try.


The cost to our members will be $5 pp. Guests (non-members): $10. Due to limited space, we can have only a maximum of 45 people. So, please RSVP in time to be counted. 

For your $5, you’ll have an incredible dinner of Pete and Ann’s incredible homemade sushi, Bruce McGavin’s fantastic smoked salmon spread; Debbi Kor’s yummy crab quesadillas; and Diane’s clam chowder. Dinner entrees will include baked salmon, and other fish dishess.

BYOB. .Also bring an appetizer, salad, side dish, or dessert to share.


Please bring a sweater.  It might be cold in October and we will be in an unheated space.

Location: Debbi Kor, 8513 NE 149th Avenue, Vancouver WA 98662.

See Google map.



    Remember, we can have a maximum of 45 people.

    First come, first served. Once we reach 45, we cannot accept anyone else.  Sorry about that!


Please RSVP to Debbi Kor at  ijustwannarun1@comcast.net  or  (503) 314-7078.








NWSCC Kickoff Social and PACRAT 101

Introduction to Racing

Recruiting new racers


Oct. 17 (Wednesday), 2018   6:00 pm - 8:30 pm



Columbia Sportwear

Portland, OR


NWSCC Kickoff Social

Come attend a Special Kickoff Night!  Special shopping discounts will be offered! Come early!

This meeting is open to anyone who would like to attend.

See what’s new at the NW Ski Club Council.

More details TBA.




The PACRAT Board cordially invites you to PACRAT 101.  This is a recruitment and education class, open to everyone. Bring friends who might be interested in racing!  Find out what's new for this racing season.


Come learn more about PACRAT Racing, join a team, and hear why we love it so much.


Some of the benefits of the PACRAT Racing League:

  • Snowboarders and skiers are welcome

  • Join a 10-person team

  • Discounted lift tickets on race days

  • Run some gates.  5 races.  5 parties

  • NASTAR races (2 of them) - open to the public

  • Door prizes

  • See yourself improve

  • Great camaraderie.  Lots of fun!

Join a 10-prson team.  Participate in 5 races throughout the season, held at all 3 major ski areas on Mt. Hood.  No experience necessary.  It's all just for fun!


The only qualification is that you must b 18 years or older to join.

Check out the official PACRAT racing website at www.pacrats.org 




October 19 - 20, 2018 (Fri. - Sat.)

The ultimate celebration of Winter at Portland’s Memorial Coliseum on

Friday    5 - 11 pm    and

Saturday  12 pm (noon) - 10 pm.


There will be live music, the Mt. Hood Film Festival with season premieres from top ski and snowboard filmmakers, a local Brewfest, wine and spirits tasting, Portland’s ski and snowboard shops selling brand new gear and apparel, plus reps from Timberline Lodge, Mt. Hood Meadows, Mt. Hood Ski Bowl and Mt. Bachelor, all of which will give away hundreds of free lift tickets.


Admission for adults is $12 pp if purchased online, or $15 at the door.

Ages 13-18: $8 online or $10 at the door.


Purchasing online, you can get a buddy pass for two for $17.  A family four-pack is $27.


Tickets on Snowvana's web site: https://snowvana.com/tickets





More info at:


Retails at SkiFever offer 70,000 sq. ft. of their best deals of the season of ski & Snowboard equipment, accessories, and apparel. Those in the know recognize this as the best deal in town. The SkiFever Ski Swap features overstock of new noncurrent merchandise from local retailers and lightly used community swap items that include skis, snowboards, boots, and soft goods.

Since 1986, Dan and Rebecca Schindler have offered the largest and best ski and snowboards shows in the Portland market to launch the winter sport season. With 30 years of history in the Portland market, SkiFever has the industry connections with resorts, manufacturers, and local retail heavy weights like U.S. Outdoor Store, Next Adventure, Hillcrest Sports, The Pro Shop, Mountainology, Daddies Board Shop, Evo, Gorge Performance and others. This makes this the premier ski & Snowboard event of the season. The savings on gear, resorts, and tour operators cannot be beat. It’s all under one roof.

While other Portland events feature only bits of SkiFever like a beer fest or film festival as a part of an event in a small format, SkiFever is the largest, fun, and comprehensive kick off for winter season for hardcore shredders and ski and snowboard families alike.

Other features of the SkiFever Ski & Snowboard Show include the “Saturday Night SkiFever Pray For Snow Party” features the Famous Phasous live cover band; other live music throughout the show; dance performances; X-Games athletes; aerial performances; scuba demo; and more.

With 20,000 plus attendees, the excitement of ski & riding this winter season is palpable and electric at this event. SkiFever features:

  • the SkiFever Freeride Theater with the latest ski films;

  • Thrilling freestyle and aerial demonstrations giant indoor grind rail;

  • X-Games Olympic stars;

  • Free ski lessons on the Mogul Busters Kid Slope;

  • PowerJump trampoline for aerial fun,

  • SkiFever Climbing Wall for all attendees to try;

  • Grand Prize Giveaway; and

  • Thousands of dollars worth of skis, bindings, snowboards, and other prizes.

39th annual

Ski Fever & Snowboard Show

Portland Expo Center

2060 N. Marine Dr.,
Portland OR 97217


Nov. 2 - 4, 2018 (Fri - Sun.)  

SkiFever rolls out the most awesome Six Million Dollar SkiFever Bonanza Sale™ in the country! Save Up To 70% on the latest brand name gear from Portland’s best retailers.


Biggest annual ski show at the Expo Center. Great deals on ski clothing and equipment. Many freebies.  Free Two For One Lift Tickets!


Also included a giant Ski Swap, where you can keep 80% of the sale value when you sell your used equipment. Thursday is the ONLY day to drop off your gear for the Ski Swap.  Last chance to sell your old gear.


Our Mountain High club will have a booth at the Show.  So please come to the Ski Fever Show and visit our booth, where you will be able to renew your club membership, signup for ski trips, etc.


This SkiFever Show and the Season Kickoff party on Nov. 5 are the only 2 events where you can renew your membership in person and receive your membership card.

SkiFever packs the entire ski & snowboard universe all under one roof™. With 108,000 square feet of exhibition space, SkiFever provides live acts, interactive exhibits and ongoing giveaways that provide SkiFever visitors with non-stop entertainment. Enjoy the new SkiFever BrewFest, with beer from Deschutes Brewery, Oregon WineFest, and regional spirits. Full of excitement, SkiFever provides big savings on gear and more to get you stoked for the season. 

  • SAVE— Up to 70% off on top brand gear, clothing and accessories! Or sell your own gear and keep 80% of the pice.

  • DREAM — Check out resorts for winter destination vacations to get discount travel and lift packages!

  • TASTE — Walk and shop through the new SkiFever BrewFest, with beer from Deschutes Brewery, Oregon WineFest, and regional spirits!

  • THRILL — Watch past and future Olympic and X-Game medal winners perform tricks and stunts on the Les Schwab Main Stage and Hillcrest Sports Rail Jam!

  • PARTY PARTY — Throw your hand in the air at the SkiFever Pray For Snow Party™ with Government Camp’s favorite band Phamous Phases.  Enjoy Free Beer & Pizza while it lasts and the best live music!

  • Click here to see a complete list of show features.

Admission: $14 at the gate.  Or $18 for two-day pass.

Juniors (6 - 12 years old) pay only $3.  Under 6 is free.


Show hours are:

Friday 1 pm - 10 pm
Saturday 10am - 9 pm
Sunday 10am - 6 pm


.More info at: http://portlandskifever.com/ .


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:  We need several volunteers to help staff our Mountain High club's booth for a 3-hour shift.  Each volunteer will receive free admission to the Show. 


To volunteer, please contact Emilio Trampuz, Emilio2000@earthlink.net  , 503-510-1477.


Local ski clubs will have their booths in the yellow highlighted area in the middle of the show floor. Click on the floor plan to enlarge it







Find our more about our club,

See info & photos on display.

Mt. High

Membership & Kickoff Party

+ Mini Ski Swap


Nov. 5, 2018.  (Monday)  6:30 - 9:00 pm.


Our biggest party of the year, marking the start of a new ski season. There will be free food.

  • Join the club, or renew your membership, or just check us out!
  • New membership cards will be issued on the spot.
  • Sign up for ski trips.
  • Join a 10-person PACRAT racing team, the best way to gain 9 instant ski buddies!
  • Win some door prizes!
  • Meet other members. Have a great time!
  • Find out more about our club.
  • Find out about our mid-week skiers, and meet  them. 
  • Enjoy some tasty food.
  • Bring something to sell at our mini ski swap, or see if there's anything there you might want to buy.
  • Win some door-prizes!
  • Socialize! Get to know other club members.
  • Donate a ski jacket! 

AGENDA: We’ll have food and drinks, visit with old friends, and meet new members. See what we are cooking up for the upcoming season. Be there or be square! Bring a friend! 


DRINKS:  Please BYOB  (Bring your own drinks).


VOLUNTEERS NEEDED:  To volunteer with set up, take down or help during event please contact Karen Michels




19945 SW Boones Ferry Rd, Tualatin, OR 97062

See Google map.





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Live music at Charlie's Pub in Govy

"Pray for Snow" Party


Nov. 10 (Saturday) 2018.

Starting at 7:00 pm

Organized by the Schnee Vogeli club. Everyone is invited!


Location: Charlie's Pub in Government Camp.


Come celebrate the upcoming winter. Live music, and door-prizes. All local skiers and riders are invited, regardless of which club they belong to.


There will be a live band.


Tickets are $20. Sold in advance (not at the door). Tickets always sell out completely before the event. For tickets, contact your favorite member of the Schnee Vogeli club, ... or one of the following:


Gordy Lusk, 503-804-8363 GordyLusk@hotmail.com, or

Dale Parshall,503-245-3782, dale.parshall@bankofthewest.com,


Charlie's Pub

in the heart of Government Camp





Sandra, Elisabeth, and Larry


Steve Coxen, charming the crowd.


Gary and Alice enjoying the pizza.


Mt. High

New Members Welcoming Party

(Have some pizza and learn more about our club)

 Map to Round Table Pizza on Barbur Blvd.Click on map to enlarge.

Nov. 13, 2018 (Tuesday)

6:30 - 9:00 pm


This gathering will be geared toward welcoming our new club members.  Long term members, come meet our newest members and help introduce them to the club.


New members will get a good introduction to what our club is all about. Hear about our trips, racing, social events, and more.


For potential new members, come check out our club and hear about all the fun stuff we do year round . We will have trip leaders and board members present to answer all your questions.


For current club members, this is a great chance to bring a friend that might be interested in checking us out. It is also a great opportunity to share your experiences in the club with newcomers. The club will provide pizza and entertainment.


Place: Round Table Pizza

           10070 SW Barbur Blvd.   (near Capitol Hwy)

            Portland, Oregon. 


Pizza is on the club! Just buy your own drink.


All new members and potential new members are invited! Come meet other club members, check out what’s new. Bring a friend!  Enjoy some "Maui Zaui" pizza!


For any long-term members planning to attend, this will be your chance to buddy-up with some "newbies" and share some of your own experiences with the club. Come tell us your story about your experience with the club.


I hope to see you there!!!


Karen Michels

Membership director




From I-5 Southbound (going out of town):
- Take the Capitol St. exit.
- Loop around the exit ramp to the right and get on Capitol St.
- Cross Barbur Blvd. plus one more set of traffic lights.
- Turn right into a driveway just in front of a motel.
- The Round Table Pizza is right behind the motel.

From I-5 Northbound (going into town from Tualatin or Tigard):
- Take the Pacific Hwy (Barbur Blvd.) exit
- Get onto Barbur Blvd. and follow it up the hill, over the crest.
- Turn right into driveway for the Round Table Pizza and a Chinese restaurant (or is it Japanese?), just a few feet before McDonald's.


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Total visits from Oct.1, 2006 -- Sept. 30, 2007 was: 3,267.

Total visits from Oct.1, 2007 -- Sept. 30, 2008 was: 6,037.

Total visits from Oct.1, 2008 -- Sept. 30, 2009 was: 5,367

Total visits from Oct.1, 2009 -- Sept. 30, 2010 was: 9,805

Total visits from Oct.1, 2010 -- Sept. 30, 2011 was: 9,352

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