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Geneva Peak  
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2012-05-29  Webster Pass Road  Visual report from Santa Fe Peak. Webster Pass Road still has one snow-covered stretch just below treeline ~300 long, and a few patches above treeline, otherwise dry. Much less snow overall than previous report; peaks in this area essentially have summer conditions. Santa Fe Pass Road (FR 264), which heads east from the stop sign in Montezuma, is dry up to treeline with a few snow patches and damp spots way high. (This road is moderate 4wd to treeline and rough 4wd above; Subarus should be OK to treeline. Not aware of any gate on this road.) TravelingMatt   2012-05-29  0  1      
2012-05-03  Webster Pass Road  Webster Pass Road is gated about mile past the turnoff from Deer Creek Road. Mostly snow-free from there to the creek crossing another mile upstream. Creek is ~2 feet deep but can be crossed with boards. Beyond that, road becomes snowed in very quickly and without snowshoes it is best to go cross-country across open terrain to reach peaks east of Webster Pass. Once above treeline it is easy to avoid snow except on southern slope of Geneva. Probably another 2-3 weeks before I‘d call it snow-free; until then floatation advisable. TravelingMatt   2012-05-03  0       

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