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Goode conditions update 7-13-21

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Climbed this the other day and wanted to quickly pass on the following conditions update:

1 - N Fork river xing was trivial - knee deep.

2 - We melted and consumed the last snow at the 3/4 bivy ledge. No water there now.

3 - A previous report suggested snow access from the summit at a notch to the West. We found this was dry. 

Bottom line: no snow or water on the route from the glacier until camp 7400 on the S side. Plan appropriately.

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On 7/19/2021 at 4:30 PM, Wes thornton said:

how was the moat getting onto the NE buttress 

Glacier was trivlal, moat not an issue.

We botched the chossy section from glacier to ridge crest down low. Once on the crest everything flowed quickly - or as quickly as an old body can move with overnight gear on board.

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