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bDubyaH

Alaska Range Weather Report

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Here is a great link to the weather in the AK Rangeweather

It is off of the Denali stats page.

Almost 1100 climbers heading up Denali this year and only 44 up Foraker, whats up that rolleyes.gif

Foraker is the better looking mountain of the two.

Seems the north side of the range has gotten little snow, and is drier than usual, but the southside has a good snowpack.

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Good way to track our suffering when we are up there shivering our asses off while you sit down here in your pretty lycra tights and jamming sunny warm granite and smokin' kronic!

 

As for the 44 climbers, maybe everyone read last year's success rate of 7 climbers summitting (I think) and thought it would be too tough rolleyes.gif

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I only wear lycra tights when I'm cranking miles on my road bike, and the only sunny warm granite we're climbing around here sticks out of either a. the ocean or b. an ice field the size of Rhode Island.

Have fun climbing thumbs_up.gif

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I wasn't referring to you specifically BDubyah, but to all the sprayers out there who will be on sunny cracks over the next month down in the lower 48. Have a good climb this Spring/Summer!

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