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North Cascades (Chilliwack) conditions mid-May

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Cheam North face - May 13



Has lost a noticeable amount snow over the intervening 4 days and gotten much rockier


Knight north face - May 13


Warm weather has done this one in, :(, the bottom 1/4 of the unclimbed ice up high & left of the Serl/Kay has fallen off as of today.


Slesse west side May 15



Slesse east side May 15

249902.jpg (not my photo.)


Tomyhoi north face May 15



* Tamihi Creek road is still completely washed out/destroyed by landslides and vehicle impassible at around km 3.5 mark


Border Peaks area May 15




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Did Nesakwatch North. The north aspect of Nesakwatch South (and likely Rexford) was plastered in snow so we didn't carry on with the enchainment. It was cool up there this weekend. Cornices hanging over the Nesakwatch/Rexford gully, distant avalanches and rockfall, scotch, port, bong rips, and some scrambling. Good times!

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