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Chinook Pass Conditions?
« on: 06/24/19, 02:04 PM »

Will be driving along 410 and considering bringing skis if there's enough snow left. Assuming Chinook Pass is pretty much melted out, but would appreciate any updates from last couple days and if enough snow lingering to make it worth it.
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Re: Chinook Pass Conditions?
« Reply #1 on: 06/24/19, 04:19 PM »

I drove over the pass on Saturday so my info is from the windshield. It's pretty skinny. The bowl on the northeast side, above the PCT, still has snow but it was hard to determine if there is enough to provide a top to bottom run. Patchy at best. The bowl above Upper Tipsoo is shot.
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Re: Chinook Pass Conditions?
« Reply #2 on: 06/24/19, 10:06 PM »

Thanks for the feedback. Seems like it's done for the season.
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