|01-16-2017 08:23 PM|
|tomota||We all have buggys with 40s or bigger. As long as the crossings are safe, wet trail and snow would not be the end of the world but Sounds like June would be a safer bet.|
|01-13-2017 11:18 AM|
all depends on the weather during winter
2011 you would have seen 1800 cfs
2012-2016 you could have gone because of a 4 year drought
this year the drought looks to be over and snow levels "should" be good(bad for you) making for a wet/snowy trail in may-july
2011 there was snow in the north facing shade until august
|01-12-2017 03:28 PM|
|01-12-2017 11:59 AM|
|RCKRATZ||Most years memorial day is iffy to plan months out....early May is too soon imo|
|01-12-2017 10:43 AM|
If this winter keeps up that might be a little early. Don't forget about the creek flow.
What kinda rigs you guys running?
|01-11-2017 10:04 PM|
|tomota||Thanks I keep my eye on the local weather and follow some locals on social media to see how the trail conditions are. Just trying to get a little more insight to get an idea of a good weekend to head down. I am thinking the first week of may.|
|01-11-2017 05:32 AM|
Usually by June. Although I have ran it realitively snow free in April.
Obvious answer is watch the weather and pay attention to flow/snow pack sticky.
|01-10-2017 10:21 PM|
Spring trip question.
When does the trail usually become snow free? I want to plan a trip down from Oregon to run the triai and would rather wait until after the snow is mostly gone.