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Old 02-16-2017, 05:37 PM   #1
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2017 Squamish Trail Conditions Thread

Was wondering what kind of damage the recent rain and warmth has done to the snow?
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Old 02-16-2017, 06:39 PM   #2
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Was wondering what kind of damage the recent rain and warmth has done to the snow?
It's probably done lots but I haven't heard of anything open yet. As of yesterday afternoon it looked like there was still a foot of snow on the bottom of half Nelson. The Alice slab trails will be the first to melt out but there's going to be a ton of water on the trails so probably best to stay off them. I'd head to the city/Bellingham. Bellingham was completely dry with 0 snow Monday.
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hey, not the correct thread, but the right crew. Any Squam riders using a gravel bike?
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hey, not the correct thread, but the right crew. Any Squam riders using a gravel bike?
yes, well a cross bike.
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