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I think I’ll need to spend some time at altitude before I try to ski a summit. But that’s what I’d like to do.

The first step should probably be to hike up Dagunianshan (lowest of the 4 sisters/ladies).

Other than that I’m willing to ski anything snow patch I can find. Anybody else here have an avalanche beacon?

There’s some granite in that neighborhood too, so I’m looking for a trad partner.

As far as in-bound skiing, I don’t really know. I heard a rumor a couple years ago that they are building a big ski area in the Tianshan, but I have no other info. That’s supposed to be the best snow in China.

There are a bunch are Beijing, but I think they make a lot of snow because it’s so dry there.

Xiling snow mountain is on my to-do list of course. Anybody got a snow report?