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Garibaldi Lake

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I've crossed the Neve twice in early May, both times in years with much less of a snowpack than we currently have. On both trips the lake was frozen and passabale, but in many places had a layer of unavoidable slush that would rush into your boots when you hit a deeper than expected pocket. Shouldn't be quite at that point yet this year.

 

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I'd recommend going north to south. Skiing out from Elfin lakes is much more pleasant than going down the Garibaldi Lake trail at this (or any) time of the year.

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