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You should be checking the avy reports every day until you go.
Should make for some "fun" trail breaking...for my first snowshoe ever!
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This trip is very doable in winter as a daytrip. It sounds like you want to do an overnight? I'd think camping somewhere near the stream crossing would afford some decent flat turf and a good place from which to launch the next day's efforts.
I've been on Antero twice in snow conditions, once in winter. The rib Coxie 2210 refers to is probably the same one I took. That ridge is nearly bare most of the season, due to prevailing winds.
Have fun, be safe.
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Be careful. They got a lot of new snow this week.
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