Be flexible, be prepared, and seize the moment.
Knowing rain was in the forecast for a brief afternoon window, i packed four layers plus hat and gloves (for the summit at 6,600’.
Made it up to The Loop in time to seek shelter for the 30-minute shower.
The second shower near the summit was a steady, light sprinkle that began about two miles from the Pass.
It turned to bigger drops just as i reached the summit and made my way into the vacant parking lot and that’s when i made a quick exit down from Logan Pass.
While the outer two (of four) layers were soaked,
Warm is critical in the mountains.
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