I hiked up South Fork today (4/22) towards Dry Lake. The snow actually starts about 100 yards before the Dry Lake/Dollar Lake junction. After that, I post holed a little walking up the trail. I took the trail to the switchbacks to Dry Lake but turned around on the third switchback because the trail disappears in the snow. I should have stuck with the winter route because it still seems to be well covered. You could still even make good use of snow shoes.
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