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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Barnes, May 2, 2016.

  1. Barnes

    Barnes

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    I'm looking for any info or insight on the snow pack this past year and how goes the melting. I am wanting to take a group and run Boundary canyon the last week of May. Does anyone know or have an idea of what we can expect this time of year? A lot of water flow? Any idea will help. Thanks.
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  2. 2065toyota

    2065toyota

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    It just snowed another foot on top of the mtn, Cedar Mtn Snotel site is still showing 72" of snow and the Kolob site 34". I would think still too much ice and snow to be safe at this point. Opinion only, I havn't heard of anyone going into that area yet
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  3. Southern Canyoneer

    Southern Canyoneer Desert Hiker

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    We want to give Boundary a go the week before you so if we go we'll let you know.
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  4. Barnes

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    Sweet. That would be great. Hopefully the weather will be nice till then and melt off all that snow.
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    Barnes

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    Let me know how boundary is after you do it, if you are still doing it.
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