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Conditions: Ruth Mountain via Hannegan Pass

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Has anyone been toward Ruth Mountain via Hannegan Pass recently? I’m looking for conditions of the snow bridges on the approach from the Hannegan Trailhead. Thanks. 

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I was there last Wednesday.  Half a dozen avi-debris covered side streams.   Possibility of death uncertain.  Bring a probe. 

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Thank you...so in other words, typical June conditions.

Was the ravine up toward Pt. 5930 still snow-filled, or is that slope clean?

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Went again. ~6' of melting in 6 days.   1 sketching crossing and 1 solid left.  Still snow under 5930'  but probably not by end of weekend.  Didn't know a snowpack could melt that quick. 

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