Eastern Sierra Ice Report

This report of ice conditions is for ice climbs in the Eastern Sierra. We will report on conditions as we see them, or as we get reports from our friends and local climbers. Be aware that ice conditions can change rapidly with changing weather conditions. Be aware and knowledgeable of factors leading to unstable snow and ice, and perceptive enough to figure out when to back off in poor or deteriorating conditions. Visit the Eastern Sierra Avalanche Center website for the latest backcountry avalanche advisory. Be safe and enjoy the climbing!!

Eastern Sierra Ice Report – December 15, 2014

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Howdy ice climbers, Temps have been dropping so we went to Lee Vining Canyon to have a look see. The ice is a bit anemic this early season, but better than last report and well attached to the rock, even
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Eastern Sierra Ice Report – November 22, 2014

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Howdy ice climbers! It’s been a while, how have you been? It’s fall and we have emerged from a bit of a cold spell. It is no surprise that we receiving inquiries on ice conditions. We are excited about it too,
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Alpine Conditions Report- Palisades- July 1st 2014

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July 1st 2014. Alpine climbers and enthusiasts, we just finished a trip into the Palisades.  Here is a breakdown of current conditions.             Approaches and Camps: The North Fork of Big Pine Creek is dry
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