Snowbowl just closed up for the season last weekend, so there is a lot of snow on that west slope. If or when you do go, I too would enjoy some pics. Usually, middle June is getting snow free. Often it is drifts above tree line, and continuous for the upper lengths before it turns to mud. It is the mud that is often worse as snow goes bye bye.
If you're having trail problems I feel bad for you son, I got 99 problems but hiking ain't one.