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I've been planning some spring trips this week. I've been calling some ranger stations in an attempt to find out where the current snow line is. I thought I would pass the info down. Diamond Peak in the Wenaha Tucannon wilderness only has 4 feet of snow and the ranger I spoke with believed the snow level may be around 4000 feet. The snow level around the Rapid River just south of Rigins, Id is around 5000 feet. I didn't get a solid answer about Hells Canyon, but I was told there was no visable snow from the road that heads to Dug Bar. Visiable elevations from the road are higher than 5000 feet. It sounds like high elevation hiking will come early this year.
Good to know, thanks for the info...