This is the last weekend of the radio recreation report for the year, so that means Temira will probably have to take some time off soon. Yay! But don’t worry. It won’t be long and then you’ll be getting your daily snow forecast. The wind is looking light, with not much wind today and 10-15 mph west wind tomorrow through the whole Gorge. If you’re a windsurfer who uses Doug’s Beach, go help out with the CGWA work party from 9 to noon today.
The Clymb: free membership.
Access to super cheap gear including Trew, Zeal, Sierra Designs, and many more.
Also today, and tomorrow, swing by the Gorge Discovery Center in The Dalles for Gorge Community Days from 10-4 with an auction, music, and all sorts of events.
Coming up for the rest of the month, before ski season takes over, there are ski movies galore. The first, the Powderwhores movie Breaking Trail, plays at Dog River on the 12th.
If you’re wondering about ski season, the latest forecast calls for somewhere between a weak La Nina and a strong La Nina. A weak one gives us around 450” snow on average and a strong one gives us over 600” of snow. Either way, it’s looking like it’s going to be a good ski year on the hill and a wet year in the valley, so a ski pass is a good idea. Meadows photo day is October 30th at the Hood River Inn.
Have an awesome day today!
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