The trail is dry and snow free to 4500', just past the waterfall. From there to the ridge at 4700' there's snow along the trail with a stream of water over the trail. The last 1000' to the top is continuous slushy snow. It was really windy (and cold) on top yesterday.
Of course all of this will change by Saturday when the next snow system moves in.
We got up there early and spent 5 hours on top. Left shortly after sunset and back down to the car by 8. I wouldn't have wanted to do that with snow or ice at the waterfall but it was just fine last night. Really warm down in the trees.
Hmm, never been up dickerman as of yet. But I think i'd practically kill myself trying being as I am out of shape. Oh, and my chiropractor might be a bit upset as i'm supposed to be taking it easy after my car accident. Maybe next summer? Looks beautiful though!
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