Hi, I am planning a trip to Nevada and California around the 6th or 13th of June.
I want to know if the eastern Sierra snow level is down enough to make it possible to hike up the peaks instead of skiing up the peaks? I have heard that the Sierra Snowpack is very low this year.
The areas I’m interested in are as follows:
Slide Mountain area near Lake Tahoe / Incline Village
Matterhorn Peak, near Bridgeport, CA
Tioga Pass, Mount Conness, Mount Dana area.
Thanks for any information you can provide about the snow levels or conditions as they relate to climbing these peaks. I prefer to hike them rather than ski them. Maybe I need to wait?