Early Timberline Trail Attempt

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OregonSurveyor
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Re: Early Timberline Trail Attempt

Post by OregonSurveyor » June 26th, 2019, 12:20 pm

Yes, we had about a dozen people on the canyon rescue. So lots of help to carry in ropes and equipment.
Someone mentioned having not seen the rescue in the news. I would roughly estimate only 10% of our calls get into the news media. Oregon sheriffs log about 1100 SAR calls a year. Our team PNWSAR gets in on about 65 of these; primarily in Clackamas County, or more generally within ~150 miles of Portland.
We have a great group. If anyone is interested in more info PM me or take a look at PNWSAR.org
PS Was at Zigzag Canyon/PCT Sunday, very little snow on trail. Was on Vista Ridge Trail yesterday (Monday) snow begins to cover parts of the trail at 5500’.
Jerry King
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Re: Early Timberline Trail Attempt

Post by ghsmith76 » June 27th, 2019, 4:17 pm

anteater wrote:
June 26th, 2019, 11:11 am
Would you say its relatively clear of snow and safe to hike from Timberline to Paradise Park?
The trail to Paradise Park may still have a couple of snow hills on the trail, but not bad.
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