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tvashtarkatena

Ingalls S Ridge approach - snow?

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I was on Stuart a couple weekends ago. While I did not get eyes on Ingalls, there was very little snow on the ground. I suspect you could get away without an axe.

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I was able to see the Ingalls group from the top of some crags we were checking out near Blewett Pass a week or so ago. It was looking pretty bare.

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Got a confirmation there's no snow at the base of the E ridge. Just checking out the S. Thanks.

 

Courtesy note: Both routes are going to be a bit busy up there this weekend.

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