CURRENT CONDITIONS

November 22, 2016 update

Road to Climber's Bivouac is closed due to accumulating snow.  The winter climbning route (worm flows) out of Marble Mountain Sno-park is now the preferred climbing route until spring. 

The snow level is currently at right around 3,000'. Be prepared for cold, wet, winter conditions by having appropriate winter climbing gear and strong winter navigational/orienteering/mountaineering skills.

See the U.S. Forest Service Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument website for more information.

WEATHER: Weather.gov point forecasts- Marble Mountain SnoPark (2,700ft) and mid-slope (6,200ft)Mountain-Forecast.com provides forecasts at three different elevations: summit 8,328ft, mid-slope 6,500ft and just above the trailhead 3,200ft.

AVALANCHE: Visit the Northwest Weather and Avalanche Center for the most up to date avalanche forecast information.

SNOWPACK: Visit these SNOTEL sites for recent snow pack readings on the south side of Mount St. Helens- June Lake (3,400ft) and Swift Creek (4,400ft).