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olemissrebel

Might be a stupid skiing question, but....

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Are there any good routes for skiing in late August? Adams, Rainier, etc... I did Adams South Spur in early July and had a blast and would like to do similiar trips.

 

I have to be in the area in mid September too. Is the Muir snowfield possible then?

 

Thanks,

Shawn

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Muir is possible year round, but may or may not be good skiing mid-september with icy patches and sun cups. If you enjoyed the South Spur of Adams then I highly recommend the south chutes of Adams. Although I am not positive that this would be possible or worth it in late August.

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The Inter Glacier on Rainier was good yesterday. I think there will be exposed ice on it in the near future.

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