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idyllwild humberpark trail conditions

Postby Snowball » Mon Mar 08, 2010 7:07 pm

Has anyone recently been up that trail from humber park to the summit of san jacinto peak in the last few days or week?

i am considering hiking/skinning up that trail to san jacinto peak and then skiing down.... i was wondering how much snow coverage there is the trail given all this new snow. thanks!
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Postby hamik » Mon Mar 08, 2010 8:58 pm

Not sure how much it helps, but went to Lily Rock yesterday and the snow was continuous from the parking lot.
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Postby Snowball » Tue Mar 09, 2010 2:15 am

hamik wrote:Not sure how much it helps, but went to Lily Rock yesterday and the snow was continuous from the parking lot.



ahhh, yes.... very helpful. thanks hamik!
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Re: idyllwild humberpark trail conditions

Postby Deb » Tue Mar 09, 2010 3:09 am

Snowball wrote:Has anyone recently been up that trail from humber park to the summit of san jacinto peak in the last few days or week?

i am considering hiking/skinning up that trail to san jacinto peak and then skiing down.... i was wondering how much snow coverage there is the trail given all this new snow. thanks!

When are you going to do this? I need a trip out on skis this weekend too.
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Re: idyllwild humberpark trail conditions

Postby Snowball » Tue Mar 09, 2010 4:50 am

Deb wrote:
Snowball wrote:Has anyone recently been up that trail from humber park to the summit of san jacinto peak in the last few days or week?

i am considering hiking/skinning up that trail to san jacinto peak and then skiing down.... i was wondering how much snow coverage there is the trail given all this new snow. thanks!

When are you going to do this? I need a trip out on skis this weekend too.


Really? I am thinking about going there this wednesday... you are welcome to join me. this weekend i am outta town (up at mammoth w patty). i am not a hardcore skiier btw. david
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Re: idyllwild humberpark trail conditions

Postby Deb » Tue Mar 09, 2010 6:08 am

Snowball wrote:
Deb wrote:
Snowball wrote:Has anyone recently been up that trail from humber park to the summit of san jacinto peak in the last few days or week?

i am considering hiking/skinning up that trail to san jacinto peak and then skiing down.... i was wondering how much snow coverage there is the trail given all this new snow. thanks!

When are you going to do this? I need a trip out on skis this weekend too.


Really? I am thinking about going there this wednesday... you are welcome to join me. this weekend i am outta town (up at mammoth w patty). i am not a hardcore skiier btw. david


Well FAAART - I have school and 2 appts on Wed. Maybe I'll catch you sometime before too much snow melts. :D
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Re: idyllwild humberpark trail conditions

Postby Snowball » Tue Mar 09, 2010 6:40 am

Deb wrote:
Snowball wrote:
Deb wrote:
Snowball wrote:Has anyone recently been up that trail from humber park to the summit of san jacinto peak in the last few days or week?

i am considering hiking/skinning up that trail to san jacinto peak and then skiing down.... i was wondering how much snow coverage there is the trail given all this new snow. thanks!

When are you going to do this? I need a trip out on skis this weekend too.


Really? I am thinking about going there this wednesday... you are welcome to join me. this weekend i am outta town (up at mammoth w patty). i am not a hardcore skiier btw. david


Well FAAART - I have school and 2 appts on Wed. Maybe I'll catch you sometime before too much snow melts. :D



yeah!
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Postby KathyW » Wed Mar 10, 2010 12:22 am

Is the parking lot open at Humber Park? I was up there a couple weeks ago and there was a closed sign and the parking lot had not been plowed. A couple of cars were parked on the road just before the parking lot and I parked in the snowy/icy parking lot without getting towed away.
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Postby hamik » Wed Mar 10, 2010 3:34 am

Can you take a picture of NE Face and The Trough for me when you do your tour? Yes, the parking lot is open.
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Postby Snowball » Thu Mar 11, 2010 2:48 pm

hamik wrote:Can you take a picture of NE Face and The Trough for me when you do your tour? Yes, the parking lot is open.


sorry no pics from the day...
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