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gilbo

St Helens and Adams in Late March

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Thinking of a late March ski trip with my 20 yo daughter (snowboard). We would be coming from Ohio and I am looking for any thoughts/advice for this time of the year. Have climbed and skied (limited) in Washington/Oregon, but usually June - August. Thanks in advance.

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Getting to the south side of St Helens shouldn't be a problem at any time of year since it is maintained for a Snow Park.

 

The south side of Adams road is closed now but may be open by March given the current snowpack. You want road 8040 to Cold Springs campground.

 

Here's a link that is periodically updated. It gives the current road status and how to contact the local FS Office

 

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