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Old 04-24-2011, 12:59 PM
 
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Hi all,

My family has a place up at Sundance resort. I've been heading up there for close to 10 years now. At the very end of May / very beginning of June, I will be heading up there with two of my good friends. I was wondering if anyone could comment on how much snow you think will still be up there at that time of the year?

I know you guys have a huge snow pack this year, so I know there will be a decent amount of snow at certain elevations. I'm not too worried about the base of the resort, but we are planning on hiking Mt. Timpanogos. I'm assuming crampons and ice axes will be needed to get to the summit at this time of year?

Thanks in advance!
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Old 04-24-2011, 02:08 PM
 
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This year has been a strange one. It's hard to say how fast it's going to get blazing hot when it does (hopefully not fast enough to cause major flooding!), but my guess is you'll be doing some winterlike alpine mountaineering this year up there...
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Old 04-24-2011, 07:32 PM
 
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I know you guys have a huge snow pack this year, so I know there will be a decent amount of snow at certain elevations.
If at the end of May, there is no snow for you, we are in deep trouble to say the least.
As Chris mentioned, let's hope it thaws out slowly ...
We do not need no stinkin' wooden bridges across State Street ...

In the end, nobody has really been able to predict the future ...
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