So very true! (what is the original saying from? I can almost hear it.) there are: old, bold bears around here.
what do you mean: just good scenes. poaching is a very cool scene, but I don't think that's your meaning. good sense?
Is your buddy going to take a leak in frame? Don't leave dna at the scene. Nice photo; so what direction are you headed for your run?
many poaches around here involve avoiding the actual signage or rope but then traversing so far and so high that you enter the area that the rope was intended to close. I think that's what you are describing. skiing the grey zone so to speak.
along those lines, but different, I favor MORE ropes to close down traverses that cut large faces in half, vertically. These ropes force people to take the high traverse or ski the line down rather than across. The best large face at Alpine is usually cut in half shortly after new snow. Squaw will close a traverse when the traverse skiers are blindly skiing under the chute skiers to mitigate the likelihood of colision. Yet another brand of closure, this one definitelyworth heeding.
dart: reversable jacket, white grey camo / dark blue.
When hiking to a secret stash it would be nice to be stealth (on a stormy day) so as not to draw a crowd. any ideas on slipping away?