Gifford Pinchot National Forest snow report

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Winter recreation parking lots in the southern Gifford Pinchot National Forest

Mount St. Helens — Twenty-four inches of snow at Cougar Sno-Park, 32 inches at Marble Mountain Sno-Park.

June Lake, elevation 3,400 feet, had 68 inches on Wednesday afternoon.

Upper Wind River — Twenty inches at Government Mineral Springs, 36 to 48 inches at Koshko and Oldman Pass sno-parks. Forty-eight inches at McClellan Meadows and Lone Butte sno-parks.

Trail grooming has not started. Be prepared to break trail after new snow.

Mount Adams — Twenty inches at Pineside and SnowKing sno-parks. A path has been broken for classic stride skiing. Grooming may begin this weekend.

Twenty inches at Atkisson and Flattop sno-parks. Trail grooming may begin late this week.

At Surprise Lakes on the east edge of Indian Heaven Wilderness, the snow depth is 62 inches.