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Anyone know what the snow conditions are in the catskills?

Postby Catskillhiker » Fri Apr 09, 2010 4:28 am

Slide, hunter or overlook? looking to warm up for one of my warm up hikes over table, peakamoose and lone mt.'s
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Postby welle » Fri Apr 09, 2010 8:29 pm

I hiked up Belleayre to snowboard down a week ago and the snow line started half-way up the mountain, and even then no snowshoes needed. Hunter just sent out emails this morning that they lost a lot of snow due to rain last night and are closed for the season, I imagine there is not much snow left in Catskills - sadly :(
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April in Catskills

Postby CRiedel2 » Sun Apr 18, 2010 2:27 am

I live up in the Adirondack Mt's and there's no snow here, although there were some flurries today. I'd plan for a Fall/Late Spring outing in the Catskills, as I grew up just south of there. Should be pretty nice temps this time of year and this winter has been very mild by our standards. Have fun :)
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Re: April in Catskills

Postby welle » Mon Apr 19, 2010 4:28 pm

CRiedel2 wrote:I live up in the Adirondack Mt's and there's no snow here, although there were some flurries today. I'd plan for a Fall/Late Spring outing in the Catskills, as I grew up just south of there. Should be pretty nice temps this time of year and this winter has been very mild by our standards. Have fun :)


Adirondacks had no snow entire winter - Catskills got way more snow than Adirondacks this winter. Even then, most snow is clear from the trails, it's very muddy though...
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Postby Catskillhiker » Mon Apr 26, 2010 3:39 am

may 9th i lead the Adirondack mountain club hike up table and peakamoose, sounds like i dont need snowshoes,

hows the crossing from denning over the neversink? still no bridge?
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