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Snowpack observations on Dedaena and Miketi mountains.
Let's start from the bottom to the top.
1700-2300 m. N, E, W aspects
Snowpack is shallow. Depending on the asp, depth of the snow from 15 to 40 cm. The biggest concentration in depressions. Snowpack is totally faceted (1-3 mm FC), lost any layers and structure.
But still possible to find specific locations with slab structure. Possible in Kobi valley and N aspect.
2300-2700 m. N, E, W aspects. Depth is 40-60 cm. 70-90 in depressions.
Snowpack is a mix of totally faceted and faceted+decomposed layer slopes.
Faceted+ decomposed layer more exposed in depressions. Still touchy. Heart numerous whumpfs during the touring on mount Dedaena.
Also, saw a surface hoar (size 2-5mm) on mount Miketi on all aspects (except S).
Try to avoid slopes more than 30 degrees, big concave slopes and terrain traps.
2700- 3100 m. N, E, W aspects.
Depth of the snow 60-90 cm. More than meter in depressions.
One of the most dangerous part.
Faceted crystals (30-40 cm) and more heavy decomposed slab. Surface hoar as well. Have no more information, because prefer to avoid that slopes.