Mt. Mamma  
Condition Updates  
Route: Baldwin Gulch
Posted On: 2022-06-03, By: gcook33
Info: 95% dry. Followed the road from the 2wd parking almost all the way to the summit, easy hiking. Only a few small snowfields high in the basin but nothing consequential. 13.5mi 4300' 
Route: Ridge from Boulder Mountain
Posted On: 2021-06-16, By: desertdog
Info: Hiked the ridge from Boulder Mountain. No snow. Summer conditions. Smoke was not too bad. If you have a decent 4wd you can easily drive up and park at the blocked road past 279. This saves 1.5 miles each way. As described in several trip reports take the (blocked) road past 100 yards past 279 as a short cut. 
Route: From Boulder mtn
Posted On: 2020-11-02, By: Trotter
Info: Fairly windblown ridge from Boulder, and also descent to the unnamed mine road south of Mt Mamma. Then about 4-6 inches of snow on road, with holes and rocks under it. A few clear areas but not many. 
Route: Baldwin Gulch
Posted On: 2020-10-12, By: angry
Info: Dry to summit. However, it was snowing on the descent. Summit register needs paper. 
Route: From Boulder Mtn
Posted On: 2020-06-06, By: RobLowe
Info: W/ Boulder Mtn. No snow up Boulder. Some snow on Mamma heading down Baldwin Gulch. Very windy but forecast is better for tomorrow. Road in Baldwin Gulch is in great shape. 
Route: Baldwin
Posted On: 2019-03-24, By: cottonmountaineering
Info: Nice trench up to 4wd trailhead, there are debris fields in the usual spots, but a lot deeper than other years. snow is crusty below treeline. Above treeline there was excellent snow and maybe 6" of fresh stuff which made the ski down a lot of fun. 
Route: Loop from the mine
Posted On: 2018-06-16, By: Jay521
Info: Clear all the way. No snow to contend with at all. 
Route: E ridge
Posted On: 2011-05-01, By: d_baker
Info: We started up Baldwin Gulch Rd (CR 277) from the winter closure (CR 162). Some vehicles have driven up the start of the Baldwin Gulch Rd, but only a short distance of maybe 100yds or slightly more, but only to be stopped by too much snow. I don't see where this is an advantage at this point. The road is mostly continuous snow, and was firm for us. From the junction for Baldwin Lake & the Antero route, we headed SW into the Baldwin Lakes drainage. Snow stayed firm beyond this junction, but we eventually put snowshoes on less than a mile from junction due to new powder. Overall, firm snowpack with maybe 3-4" of new snow on top. After stashing snowshoes near the mine at 12,586', we took the S slopes to gain the E ridge of Mt Mamma. New snow of ~6-8" inches was bonded with a firm crust layer underneath. Kicked steps up ~30 degree slopes to ridge. Ridge was mostly windblown. Pic's: 1--13,626' & Princeton from Baldwin Gulch Rd 2--Antero's W side 3--Cronin's NW face 4--views N from summit, with Princeton & Friends 

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