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Trip Report: Mount Gibbs

Flylow athlete Jeremy Benson is in the midst of working on a guidebook to backcountry skiing in the Sierra. Which has been particularly tough given the low-tide snow conditions in California this winter. Despite that, Jeremy recently headed down to the Mammoth area to do some backcountry skiing in the high peaks of the Sierra. "There isn't much snow anywhere in California, so we're getting it while we can," he says. Here's an edit from his climb and ski up 12,773-foot Mount Gibbs.

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