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current snow conditions

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Could anyone give me an idea of how much snow there is at the upper PCT elevation levels (~6500') on the west sides of Hood, Jefferson, or 3FJack? Especially the latter 2. Sno-tel and NOAA isn't especially helpful for up that high.

 

I'm hoping to be up there mid-week next week, and i'm trying to gauge just how much snow would need to melt off or consolidate for it to be ok travel without skins or snowshoes. thanks!

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This time of year conditions change almost hourly. I'd suggest posting something on one of the boards of hikers who visit those areas, or look at hiking reports. In Washington it would be the WTA. Not sure about Orygun.

 

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look up portlandhikers group on facebook. or try www.oregonhikers.org - you'll get more ppl on facebook option

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