Metro reporter Scott Rappold climbed Mount Princeton Monday. He gives us this report:
Road was totally snow-free, and the trail was almost completely free of snow. Had to pass through maybe a half-dozen shallow snow fields, none more than 50 feet wide (pic no. 27 is one such section) and no snow at all on the final rise to the summit. A little bit on the top to collapse into. And more proof it's summer: As if on cue, right at 1 p.m., a nasty thunderstorm moved through.