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gilbo

South Sister Ski info

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I am thinking about flying from Ohio April 3-7 for 3-4 days of skiing. Would like to spend at least a day on South Sister and Hood. Knowing weather changes, with this year's snow, any thoughts on typical conditions first of April? Thanks.

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You could find anything from a warm day with nice corn to a full on storm and powder.

 

The approach for So. Sister will be tough because the road to the nearest trailhead doens't get plowed 'til end of May or early June.

 

Have you considered St. Helen's in addition to Hood?

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