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What a season!

July 28, 2014

Professional Ski Patroller and Mont Ambassador Doug Chatten sent us these great photos from the NSW Snowy Mountains.

Illawong suspension bridge

Illawong suspension bridge.

Anderson crags

Anderson crags.

 A shot of The Parachute at Guthega from Tate East Ridge & how good it is looking!

A shot of The Parachute at Guthega from Tate East Ridge & how good it is looking!

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