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Current Hood NF conditions?

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I have climbed them as late as the first of July ... which was right after the road was opened. Which this year was yesterday.

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I climbed right gully in fat, prime condition first week of June once.. This year should be just as or even fatter, based on snowfall and recent weather. I bet they're still in right now... But rapidly gonna fade out. Better get on that shit!

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Here's some shots from last Sunday (June 12, 2016).

 

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Any Leuthold or Cooper Spur summit attempts in last few days? Wondering whether if I might expect the snow to be reasonably protectable (self belay, etc.) this week. Thank you.

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Seattle-based climber here also interested in conditions, mainly for purposes of skiing. Ice on Spur?

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