I spent another two weeks up in Anchorage visiting the snow in Turnigan Pass and Hatcher Pass. The snow was a tasty variety of cold smoke powder, that we don’t see too often down here. I got back to Juneau in time to take advantage of the most recent precip, which I have to say is every bit as good as I found up North. The following photos are from multiple trips in Turnigan and one photo from Hatcher Pass as the viz was some of the worst I have ever encountered; I had to use my poles to make marks in the snow so that I wasn’t about to accidentally skin off a cliff! Overall it was a great trip with plenty of good turns to be had.