Lost skier at Caberfae

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Lost skier at Caberfae

Postby dank » Mon Jan 12, 2009 10:48 am

Ok, i've been to caberfae a few times and it's gotta be really hard to get lost. You've really got to be trying or go really far out of bounds and get turned around. They are the only big hills in the immediate area. I've seen some people hike the 'old' trails of caberfae, but those face the road. At least he was found safe.

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Re: Lost skier at Caberfae

Postby rfarren » Mon Jan 12, 2009 3:14 pm

I'm afraid to find out what would happen if he were to ski out west. Geez...
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Re: Lost skier at Caberfae

Postby mikesathome » Mon Jan 12, 2009 9:55 pm

WOW, I thought this would have been some kid, not a 39-year-old Canadian man! :-k
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