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post #901 of (permalink) Old 04-28-2020, 09:52 PM
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The last finger of snow on the BCMC bridge. Ground is snowy around this elevation (1000m?) but drop 100m in elevation and it's mostly gone.
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Vedder Mountain network of biking and hiking trails. No covid closure there, but there is at risk caution sign about crossing through a construction site which has impinged on the lower section of the trail starting out from Yarrow,. "Duck Farm Loop Trail. We hike from the northeast (near top of map). .....we met a few people who accessed from the south, above Cultus Lake..

Cultus Lake Provincial Park however is closed to everyone.

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On top of Vedder East Ridge, snow is gone except for a few fragment patches in logged area near top. and a small floating mass of ice and rotting snow in a large natural pond.

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Curious on the trail conditions... snow free to the top?
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The sat imagery looks like the lake is still frozen so I would expect some snow near the lake.
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Default Poland Lake - Manning Park

I'm planning to hike into Poland Lake in Manning Park in about one week and was wondering what kind of conditions I can expect in terms of snow.

I've seen trip reports where there was no snow around that time of year however on AllTrails, 16 days ago somebody reported there was deep snow there. The trail reports haven't been updated since the beginning of June so if anybody could provide some firsthand information or speculation that would be greatly appreciated!
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Default Burwell & Coliseum Condtions

Anyone been up Burwell or Coliseum lately? Wondering about trail conditions too from the Seymour Conservation trailhead after Paton Lookout?

Thanks in advance.

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Default Margie Lake Monashees

Looking to head up to Margie around middle of July. Looking for a Trail Report from anyone who has been therein the last year or so.
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I'm planning to hike into Poland Lake in Manning Park in about one week and was wondering what kind of conditions I can expect in terms of snow.

I've seen trip reports where there was no snow around that time of year however on AllTrails, 16 days ago somebody reported there was deep snow there. The trail reports haven't been updated since the beginning of June so if anybody could provide some firsthand information or speculation that would be greatly appreciated!
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I plan to hike to Poland Lake this Wednesday July 1. Hiked to Lone Goat on Thursday, expect snow on north slopes, meadow areas higher elevations. Clear on south slopes..

Actually was a little snow on road going towards Gibsons Skii area, but grassy hills were free and clear. attached a few photos . there might be some snow on Poland Lake itself..

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to CASCADE LOOKOUT ROAD..

Open to viewpoint, but closed at start of the 8 km portion of gravel road to Heather Meadows Parking area.

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A few pics from my recent trip to Berg Lake. We lucked out getting reservations and then lucked out with some good weather!
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A few pics from my recent trip to Berg Lake. We lucked out getting reservations and then lucked out with some good weather!

Million thumbs up!! Snowbird is awesome, isn't it. And you hauled tripod too, right on!
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Cypress mountain peak update. Black mountain is free from snow from the lodge. Up Christmas Gully to Strachan Peak(s) has a good amount of lingering snow and some of the usual deadfall in the trees. The snow in the upper parts of the gully can be avoided, but I chose to go up it instead. Between Strachan and Hollyburn, the snow is decently patchy and breaking apart. Wouldn't be surprised if this is all gone in a week. Went up the north/west side of Hollyburn and this trail was exciting. Its not flagged great so I got lost in a few places where snow was covering the footpath, but it goes through big old growth and under some cliffs.
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MikeW,
Thanks for pics of Berg Lake when everything is green!
(I've only seen Canada's beauty in late summer and fall, so fleurs and green grass are a novelty.)
What are the quadrupeds on the hike to Snowbird Pass?
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Thanks for pics of Berg Lake when everything is green!
(I've only seen Canada's beauty in late summer and fall, so fleurs and green grass are a novelty.)
What are the quadrupeds on the hike to Snowbird Pass?
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It was a family of mountain goats. We saw a total of 13 on the way down from the pass.
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Default Pitt River Hot Springs Conditions?

Hello,

I'm wondering if anybody has been up to Pitt River Hot Springs lately (July 2020)? Would the water level be too high right now? What is the best time of year to visit? Is the FSR in good enough shape to make by gravel bike?

My plan is to canoe to the North end of Pitt Lake and bikepack to the hot springs.

Any advice/suggestions are appreciated.
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