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Mammoth area snow conditions

Postby Jedi5150 » Mon May 21, 2012 9:48 am

Hello all, I'm considering a short 2 or 3 day backpacking trip the second half of this week. Does anyone know what the snow/ trail conditions are like for the Mammoth Lakes area right now? In specific I'm looking at the 1000 Islands Lake, June Lake, Parker Lake, areas. Highest elevation would be roughly 10,500 feet or so. Thanks in advance.
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Re: Mammoth area snow conditions

Postby dshoshone » Mon May 21, 2012 3:55 pm

Parker Lake is snow free. The Rush Creek trail to Gem is snow free, the snow starts around Waugh Lake. The trails out of the Reds-Agnew area are CLOSED,no access due to tree fall. Most trails around Mammoth have quite a bit of snow. Any where south of Mammoth not to bad
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Re: Mammoth area snow conditions

Postby Jedi5150 » Mon May 21, 2012 7:19 pm

dshoshone wrote:Parker Lake is snow free. The Rush Creek trail to Gem is snow free, the snow starts around Waugh Lake. The trails out of the Reds-Agnew area are CLOSED,no access due to tree fall. Most trails around Mammoth have quite a bit of snow. Any where south of Mammoth not to bad


Thanks a bunch! Exactly what I needed to hear.
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