ACMG MOUNTAIN CONDITIONS SUMMARY FOR THE ROCKIES AND COLUMBIAS JUNE 23rd, 2016
The Rockies have seen some good alpine conditions when the overnight freeze permits. In the Columbia Icefields multiple routes on Athabasca and Andromeda found good travel while its cool with snowline being encountered at around 2550m. Sags on glaciers are quite apparent and most bergschrunds are still quite passable with minimal difficulties. The main concerns listed by ascents were exposure to cornice hazards and an increase in avalanche danger as the day heats up.