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AliCam

Mt. St. Helens conditions

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Hi,

I'm curious about the climbing conditions for the new season. Are there any extra precautions to take when hiking MSH in the rain? I'm hoping to score a couple permits from purmit.com so my friend and I can summit soon before the snow falls. Any tips, advice?

Thanks!

The Newb

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This hike would suck if it is pouring down rain. You will be more likely to get cold and wet and possibly get hypothermia if you are not equipped with extra dry clothes and good rain gear. It might be slick too. I would try to wait for a dry day. If you can get some training in snow travel and you can wait until next spring it would probably be even more fun.

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