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That's about my assessment too just looking at your images. Little of that route is north facing. That will give green things a few weeks to go through their cycle while still leaving some snow in usual shadier exposures that will keep small streams flowing and seeps active. Normally would visit those areas in early August so like last year moved things up a 3 weeks. Would expect shady north side of Glen Pass will still have snow.
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