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    Conditions up higher?

    Hey all,

    Just wondering if anyone knows about conditions slightly higher up, like 8 to 9 thousand-ish. We're thinking about hitting upper Dadd next weekend. Seems like the upper half and the jeep trails on the other side might have enough exposure to be good...

    As a side note Bobcat was fully dry and awesome today. 50 might be the best riding temp there is!

    Peace,
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    breck was epic.

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    lucky! 17 inches in two days and me being on-call.

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    not too crowded either and no traffic

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    Andy, I would say the conditions are going to change quickly, that area is under a winter storm watch for late Sunday.... http://www.crh.noaa.gov/bou/

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    Garnnn! I tire of all this foothills rockiness. (so spoiled...)

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    powder/packed powder
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    couple weeks yet.... I was up at around 8500ft last friday and there was still snow on the south facing slopes.... Late march.... first week of April with luck.
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    I live right at 8500 near the dot trails.. things are melting fast but it's still going to be a bit for most trails. South facing areas that have absolutely no shade might be dry, but most everything else still has a bit of base snowpack. Another 2-3 weeks of nice weather though...

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    Too Early

    Quote Originally Posted by andykrow
    Hey all,

    Just wondering if anyone knows about conditions slightly higher up, like 8 to 9 thousand-ish. We're thinking about hitting upper Dadd next weekend.
    Snowy, probably deep.

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    Yea, it's deep.

    Quote Originally Posted by onbelaydave
    Snowy, probably deep.
    My house is right at 8000 feet. It's going to be a while.

    Jim
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