Water is good at Alger Creek, Dobbs Camp, just below Saxton Camp, 1 mile above Saxton Camp ( a stream above Plummer Meadow) and a trickle up at High Meadow Camp in the tundra, small spring. I hit snow/ice and used spikes from 9,300′ to 9,800′ in the early morning going up but was slushy coming down in late afternoon, no spikes. Trekking poles very useful. Once on the divide at Dollar Lake Junction going north the trail was in full sun and dry. At the junction going down to Dollar Lake the trail is under snow. The hikers I spoke to climbed straight up from Dollar Lake wearing spikes. Happy Trails!
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