Limber Pine Conditions / San Bernardino Peak Conditions

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    • #2844
      Hikingwith2Changs
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      Hi all – Wanted to see if anyone can shed some light on the trail conditions to San Bernardino Peak? Whether or not crampons / ice axes were required to at least Limber Pine bench campground. Whether water was running at Limber Pine springs, or if everything at that level is frozen.

       

      Thanks in advance

    • #2845
      MikeH
      Participant

      I’d also be interested in this info.  Would like another shot at camping at Limber Pine while there is snow (but not as much as my last attempt. 🙂 ).

    • #2847
      Alivia
      Participant

      I was up there on Friday the 12th, and made it to Limber Pine, but everything was melting quickly so micro spikes became useless – I was postholing like crazy. Conditions are changing by the hour though.

    • #2848
      MikeH
      Participant

      Thanks Alivia.

      An FYI for anyone looking to camp at Limber Pine-  the permit availability page shows there are no overnight permits available for Limber Pine this Saturday (4/20).

    • #2849
      Hikingwith2Changs
      Participant

      Looks to be a cold night up there this weekend. Potentially 30 mph winds around 8,000 feet so it’ll probably be worse at Limber Pine.

      Any signs up water up there, Alivia?

      • #2851
        Alivia
        Participant

        Snowmelt has left water running in a bunch of places, probably is icing over at night though.

    • #2850
      Alivia
      Participant

      @Hikingwith2Changs a bit of water is running from snow melt, quite icy though.

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