While I have a tendency to avoid Singing Pass (since as a splitter it is always heinous and a lot more work than skis) I thought folks might want to know what the current conditions are. My knowledge is from Dave Sarkany, who thoughtfully posted an MCR report Friday, January 23, 2010.
It seems the trees that were down and barricading the trail earlier in the season have now been removed. Some sections are wet and have thin snow, and he writes that the cross creeks on the trail are “nasty”. It sounds like the path has late spring conditions, with a lot of it being frozen and reminiscent of a luge track. So if you’re confident where those creek beds are, and aren’t afraid of speed on a thin trail, glide on down after your Musical Bumps session.
Or, if you’re like me and ride a splitboard, take the extra walk back up the Bumps and head out on WB terrain.