Snow fall in general has been above average, compared to the last five years, and the snow conditions appear to be stable.
It is starting to warm up in the range with temps of zero at night and up to a whopping 20 degrees during the day.
Looks like ice is starting to take shape. Stay tuned for reports as our groups get back.
Kahiltna and Ruth routes are looking good from the air, but no climber reports yet.
Groups that have been into the Mountain House in March have been lucky to get spectacular shows of the Northern Lights. But our day light is coming back at 6 minutes a day, and the sun is now setting at 9:00 pm. Welcome to the midnight sun.
Here is a picture of the East face of the Moose's Tooth and the Bear tooth taken earlier this week.
Early season sneak preview of the Gorge...... ohh la la. Conditions are looking good, reports should be coming in these next weeks.