Mount Hood at dawn above the White River.
Mount Hood at Dawn looking up at the South East Face we were about to ski.
The amazing Newton Clark Headwall of Mount Hood at dawn.
Dawn on Mount Hood.
Mike headed in towards Heather Canyon from the HRM lot. We challenged ourselves with the HRM lot as it added another 1,000 feet of ascent but a longer ski out.
Mike headed in towards Heather Canyon from the HRM lot.
Looking up at the steep headwall we still had to ascend.
The Newtwon Clark Headwall above the Mount Hood Meadows Resort, now closed for the season.
Following fellow ski mountaineers up the steep headwall.
Kicking in switchbacks up the steep 50 degree Newton Clark Headwall on Mount Hood.
Heading up the steep 50 degree slope of the Newton Clark Headwall on Mount Hood.
A year ago we were turned back by strong winds but this year I made it with some fellow climbers I met to the top of the Newton Clark Headwall above the steel cliffs on Mount Hood.
Watching two pros take some sweet spring turns down the incredibly steep Newton Clark Headwall.
Check out this line down the northeast side of the summit of Hood!
Panorama from the Newton Clark Headwall above the Steel Cliffs down towards Timberline.
A sweet shot of Illumination Rock with skiers in the saddle below it from far above them on the crater rim of Hood above the Steel Clliffs.
Looking back down towards other skiers.
Looking back up the headwall I had just skied down.
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