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39+ Inches at Stevens Pass, Washington: Storm Gallery

9th December 2012 | OnTheSnow Staff

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Snow ghosted trees atop the ski area - © Liam Doran

Snow ghosted trees atop the ski area
Copyright: Liam Doran

Snow ghosted trees atop the ski area - © Liam Doran
Chris Shalbot deep in Stevens Pass - © Liam Doran

Chris Shalbot deep in Stevens Pass
Copyright: Liam Doran

Chris Shalbot deep in Stevens Pass - © Liam Doran
The OTS crew was greeted with a 39 inch overnight report - © Liam Doran

The OTS crew was greeted with a 39 inch overnight report
Copyright: Liam Doran

The OTS crew was greeted with a 39 inch overnight report - © Liam Doran
Chris Shalbot sinks deep in Stevens Pass trees. - © Liam Doran

Chris Shalbot sinks deep in Stevens Pass trees.
Copyright: Liam Doran

Chris Shalbot sinks deep in Stevens Pass trees. - © Liam Doran
Micaela Katz was on hand to spin a few laps with us. - © Liam Doran

Micaela Katz was on hand to spin a few laps with us.
Copyright: Liam Doran

Micaela Katz was on hand to spin a few laps with us. - © Liam Doran
Stevens Pass has plenty of steep skiing to get your heart racing - © Liam Doran

Stevens Pass has plenty of steep skiing to get your heart racing
Copyright: Liam Doran

Stevens Pass has plenty of steep skiing to get your heart racing - © Liam Doran
If you have the energy, night skiing is available too. - © Liam Doran

If you have the energy, night skiing is available too.
Copyright: Liam Doran

If you have the energy, night skiing is available too. - © Liam Doran
Stevens Pass at 7:10 am. 39" at the base and up to 5 feet up top. - © Liam Doran

Stevens Pass at 7:10 am. 39" at the base and up to 5 feet up top.
Copyright: Liam Doran

Stevens Pass at 7:10 am. 39" at the base and up to 5 feet up top. - © Liam Doran
Chris Shalbot straight-lining the goods - © Liam Doran

Chris Shalbot straight-lining the goods
Copyright: Liam Doran

Chris Shalbot straight-lining the goods - © Liam Doran
Chris Shalbot deep in Stevens Pass - © Liam Doran

Chris Shalbot deep in Stevens Pass
Copyright: Liam Doran

Chris Shalbot deep in Stevens Pass - © Liam Doran
The first crew of skiers had to battle their way out of the bottomless powder. - © Liam Doran

The first crew of skiers had to battle their way out of the bottomless powder.
Copyright: Liam Doran

The first crew of skiers had to battle their way out of the bottomless powder. - © Liam Doran
Just another bottomless powder run. Skier: Chris Shalbot - © Liam Doran

Just another bottomless powder run. Skier: Chris Shalbot
Copyright: Liam Doran

Just another bottomless powder run. Skier: Chris Shalbot - © Liam Doran
Skier Chris Shalbot - © Liam Doran

Skier Chris Shalbot
Copyright: Liam Doran

Skier Chris Shalbot - © Liam Doran
Stoked with the deep powder and first tracks - © Liam Doran

Stoked with the deep powder and first tracks
Copyright: Liam Doran

Stoked with the deep powder and first tracks - © Liam Doran

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