Cascade Backcountry Ski Patrol member Chris Stoll, right, leads a group on a ski tour near Snoqualmie Pass in December. The Cascade Backcountry Ski Patrol is a group of 70 volunteers who cover out-of-bounds areas around the Central and North Cascades.
Cascade Backcountry Ski Patrol member Chris Stoll, right, leads a group on a ski tour near Snoqualmie Pass in December. The Cascade Backcountry Ski Patrol is a group of 70 volunteers who cover out-of-bounds areas around the Central and North Cascades. Caitlin Moran The Seattle Times
Cascade Backcountry Ski Patrol member Chris Stoll, right, leads a group on a ski tour near Snoqualmie Pass in December. The Cascade Backcountry Ski Patrol is a group of 70 volunteers who cover out-of-bounds areas around the Central and North Cascades. Caitlin Moran The Seattle Times

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