mammoyh Lakes 18-21 JAN 2019

donbrown

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203 loop area had 3-5 feet heavy snow.

crater flats 3 feet

east side to Baldy Mtn had 3 plus feet.

craters had many bald spots but shade was 4 plus feet

powder in the shade

Storm on the 20th very cold froze up base with 1/2 foot powder ontop.
 

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Don - You mentioned the Craters. Are you referring to the Mono Craters on the eastside of 395 across from the north entrance to the June Lake loop? Been wanting to get back down there and go into the Craters from the Hwy 120 East side(the road to Benton). Lots of fun in those bowls.
 

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Don - You mentioned the Craters. Are you referring to the Mono Craters on the eastside of 395 across from the north entrance to the June Lake loop? Been wanting to get back down there and go into the Craters from the Hwy 120 East side(the road to Benton). Lots of fun in those bowls.
Yes those craters.

The 120 was open BUT looking from top the craters as you stated location I don't think there is enough snow from the 120. The open areas really get hammered and blows the snow away. BUT there is more than enough from DEADMAN.
 
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