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    The plan is beaver brook to summit and hit the campsite for the night on the way back down. I prefer waking in snowshoes with a camping pack for sure. Do you think itís Safe to say leave the crampons in the car?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Slo-go'en View Post
    That's for sure. Been a bit nippy the last few days. Maybe more snow Sat/Sun and it will be much milder. A lot of traffic this weekend, so many trails are tracked out and pounded down. The trail up Willard was so packed down most of the hikers were using microspikes or bare boots and getting away with it. Even so, I think it was easier with my short snowshoes. The snow pack is still thin down low, but gets better with elevation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sethd513 View Post
    The plan is beaver brook to summit and hit the campsite for the night on the way back down. I prefer waking in snowshoes with a camping pack for sure. Do you think it’s Safe to say leave the crampons in the car?


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    Hard to say. It got well above freezing today and looks like it will again the next couple of days, so there will be some thaw/freeze action going on. Beaver brook trail. I bet it's mostly ice from all the rain a week ago. Better check VFTT or alltrails for any reports from the weekend. Lots of hikers were out all over.
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    Who wants snow and I love summer. Last summer I managed to go hiking on summer skis, it was a strange experience, but I liked it, I recommend.

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    Summmer skies - heard of, but never saw some in real life.
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