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From the views of them and the fact that the snow seems to be melting off a bit this past week I'd say go for it but I'm no expert. If ya want a partner pm me. The worst thing that can happen is you turn around cause you dont trust that conditions and atleast its a nice hike.

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Here's a picture I took of Mt. Angeles last Sunday. Yes, I know it's far from the Brothers. But the earlier snow the Olympics had just isn't around much right now. Go for it.

 

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Anthony the Brothers is really a better early season ascent, when the previous winter's snow is stil there and consolidated. When that melts you have a lot of shifting choss. Now you might have shifting choss with a light layer of loose snow on top; even worse.

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Thanks Tweezer, I've also admired your shots. Thanks Olyclimber bigdrink.gif

It's hard to identify the different peaks. The Brothers is easy. Let's call them A.

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Here's a closup of B. Is that Pershing?

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Here's a closeup of CD. Who are these interesting looking peaks?

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I think I've got Stone figured out as E. But then again I could be all wrong.

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A - Brothers

B - Pershing w/Thorson in foreground

C - Lincoln

D - Cruiser / Alpha etc.

E - Stone

F - Not sure which peak is being referenced, but Bretherton can be seen below and to the left of C, with Lena to the right of it.

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