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2016-11-26  Route: From Loveland Pass
Posted On: 2016-11-28, By: Marmot96
Info: From Loveland Pass, the trail is visible the entire hike except for the last 5 minutes or so. Snow is no higher than my knees in the deepest areas, and most is avoidable. Near summer conditions. 
2016-06-12  Route: From Loveland Pass
Posted On: 2016-06-12, By: JQDivide
Info: Route is Dry from the TH to the summit. 
2016-05-28  Route: From Loveland Pass
Posted On: 2016-05-30, By: jasayrevt
Info: Good, prime conditions for this route and reaching the top of the peak. Variable, definitely still a lot of snow around. There are many high-quality mountaineering lines that are in. Traversed over from Sniktau. Make a trip up and enjoy the great outdoors / summit. Pictures included for beta 
2015-03-19  Route: From Loveland Pass
Posted On: 2015-03-19, By: SolarAlex
Info: Trail to the top of pt 12xxx has very little snow, and where there is snow, its well packed. no need for spikes or snowshoes. The ridge over to Cupid is a little snowier, but we had no problem there either. For the skiers, Daves Wave is in, but pretty thin near the top in the gully, and there is a really nasty crust lower down... assuming from some rain last night. 
2015-02-28  Route: From Loveland Pass
Posted On: 2015-03-01, By: stevevets689
Info: Typical winter conditions. Did not need or use snowshoes or microspikes. There were only a couple spots of hard, windpacked snow and we were all able to kick our boots in enough for traction. The cornices are thinking about getting big, with one in particular on the Grizzly side of "Cupid" that looked huge - stay away from them and the route is safe regardless of avalanche conditions. It was snowing on our way out, but its been snowing a lot lately so I dont believe conditions will have changed much. I created GPS waypoints for the car, as well as the point on the Continental Divide that you first access from Loveland Pass. These were useful on our hike out when the storm moved in. 

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