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Cooper Spur Conditions?

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Thinking of heading down to try the Cooper Spur sometime soon, if it's still in. Looks great in YocumRidge's TR from 5/3, but we had some warm weather after that. Does anyone have more recent conditions information (particularly regarding snow coverage in the chimneys)?

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Hi there. This is definitely feels like the 'does it still go?' time of year. I was on the North Face/Spur on 5/10, and there was ok coverage up there. No pictures, but I had plenty of room to turn the skis in the chimneys. I do remember thinking there wasn't a ton of snow in the choke for this time of year (surprise). Not much help but at least it's something for ya.

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I was thinking about heading up Sunday morning. Went through the P.G. a few weeks ago and it looked decent from the summit with some nice steps kicked in. There were two climbers that appeared to be just starting the route around 5AM. If you give it a go before then I'd appreciate the condition report. Thanks!

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Thanks for the info. This weekend looks too warm for my liking so I'll have to hold out for next. In the mean time, any new information is much appreciated.

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