Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Conditions Report - September 8 2010


--Public Mountain Conditions Reports: The North-eastern Cascades had snow flurries in the past week. The headwaters of Wall creek had 5 cm's of snow accumulations at 6500ft ( 2000m). Higher elevations appeared to have 10-15 cm of accumulated snow in sheltered northerly aspects early in the week. The south aspects and ridge tops have probably dried off by now.

--Eastern Slope was where it was at last holiday weekend. Check out this report for Colchuck Balanced Rock. WA Pass looked dry as well. Check out this report for Kangaroo Temple. Weather was a bit more schizophrenic on Sunday, when the same party did Le Petit Cheval.
--See this report for a Hood ski decent, where the snow was surprisingly good.

--Forecast for the West Slope of the Cascades.

--Forecast for the East Slope of the Cascades.

Tori on The Rib (v4), Leavenworth, WA. Photo Credit Dyan Padagas.

--Webcam for Leavenworth and the Stuart Range.

--Forecast for Mount Rainier.-- Route and Conditions Report from Mt. Baker Rangers: Mount Baker Climbing Blog.

--Forest Service Road Report for Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest.

--Mount Saint Helens, Mount Adams conditions and recreation report.

--Webcams for Mount Rainier National Park, North Cascades National Park, Leavenworth.

--An up-to-date ski and snow report for the Northwest may be found here.

--Up-to-date Pacific Northwest ice conditions may be found here.


--For up-to-date avalanche and weather reports in the Eastern Sierra, click here.

--Webcams for Bishop, June Lake, Mammoth Mountain, Mono Lake, Tioga Pass.


--Chamonix and Mont Blanc Regional Forecasts may be found here.

--Webcams for Chamonix Valley, Zermatt and the Matterhorn.


--Forecast and average temperatures for Red Rock Canyon.

--Webcam for Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area.--The late exit and overnight permit number for Red Rock Canyon is 702-515-5050. If there is any chance that you will be inside the park after closing, be sure to call this number so that you don't get a ticket.--The entrance to the scenic drive had a parking area for those who wanted to carpool up until approximately April of 2009. That lot has now become employee parking and people who want to carpool are required to park at the lot outside the Scenic Drive exit.

--The scenic drive currently opens its gates at 6 in the morning.


-- Some campgrounds will close for the summer season. See here for more info.

--Forecast and average temperatures for Joshua Tree National Park.

--Webcam for Joshua Tree National Park.


For the most current updates on Alaska, please see our Dispatch Blog.

--Forecast for Dena

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