Early Timberline Trail Attempt

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Re: Early Timberline Trail Attempt

Post by OregonSurveyor » June 24th, 2020, 10:05 pm

Short term forecasts on any app asking for “Government Camp, Oregon” will give you a good idea of temperatures and rainfall.
Snow level is in the 5600‘-6200’ range with maybe 40% of the 41 mile trail still being covered by snow. Generally, 98% of the trail is snow-free by July 15th. Hope that helps; these are just rough estimates.
Jerry King
Oregon Land Surveyor (Retired)
SAR Volunteer - CCSAR (Clackamas County Sheriff)

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Re: Early Timberline Trail Attempt

Post by retired jerry » June 25th, 2020, 5:36 am

https://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.p ... vSob2hKjIU

good weather report, you can scroll around and get a forecast for a specific point

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