Photos from this trip can be found here. Somehow the "mostly sunny" weather forecast never showed up. Instead, the day was replaced with nonstop daytime flurries and evening snow showers.…
Salmon La Sac Road was still under a sheet of ice from Roslyn to the pullout before the bridge/NF-46.
Snoqualmie Pass area was submerged in a sea of clouds, so scratched the plan to climb Roaring Ridge.
Continuing our New Year's tradition after having waited two weeks for ideal snow and weather conditions.
Snow showers and avalanche danger hindered our New Year's Day celebration on Granite Mountain.
Our New Year's Eve tradition on Mount Persis had been put on hold the last two years due to road closures.
Last Christmas we turned around at mile 2.5 after spending hours swimming in fresh powder while breaking trail.
Today we followed the 30% chance snow forecast to Middle Fork Snoqualmie River Valley.
Due to a late start and poor snow conditions, I decided to go up to Change Peak instead.
Last I checked the weather forecast, nearly the entire Cascades was getting snow most of the day.
Hard to believe six years had already passed since our first visit on this mountain.
The number of potholes on past Twentynine Pines Campground seemed to have doubled.