Trailhead Conditions Report 7/15/2018

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Summer is in full swing, and the Wind River high-country is totally accessible! The current snowline is sitting around 11,000-11,200 feet. Every day the snow comes off faster. Remember that high passes will still hold snow later into July. This … Read More

Trailhead Conditions Report 7/8/2018

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As we ease our way into the core summer months, snow continues to melt. High basins such as Titcomb Basin and the Cirque are accessible, but snow is still present above 10,800 feet. Expect snow on major passes on the … Read More

Trailhead Conditions Report 6/30/2018

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The warm summer temperatures and afternoon thunderstorms continue to turn snow into water at higher elevations. With the snowline hovering between 10,000 – 10,200 feet, many places above treeline are becoming accessible, albeit with patchy snow and muddy trails. Although … Read More

Trailhead Conditions Report 6/16/2018

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Snow in the Wind River Range is melting rapidly, and the rivers have stabilized. The snowline is sitting at approximately 9700 – 9800 ft. The warm temperatures and cloudless days continue to contribute to getting into the mountains way ahead … Read More

Trailhead Conditions Report 6/3/2018

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The weather forecast for the next week is sunny with highs in the 70s – it seems like summer may finally be here! The official NOAA weather forecast in Wyoming for the month of June is “dry and sunny”; that’s … Read More

Trailhead Conditions Report 7/12/2017

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Although the major trailheads are accessible and snow-free, the high basins and peaks above 11,000 ft. continue to remain snowed in. The current snow line is hovering between 10,500 ft. and 10,800 ft., depending on aspect. Above these elevations, the … Read More

Trail Conditions Report 7/3/2017

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The current snowline is sitting somewhere between 10, 500 ft. and 10, 700 ft., depending on the aspect. The rate of melt has slowed to around one inch per day, and the rivers down low have already started to stabilize … Read More