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Jun 6, 2022
Sunday, June 6 bottom up approach to Icy Gulch. Avalanche debris appeared to be from cornice fall and step down to older layers.  [ Read More ]
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May 30, 2022
Heavy, wet snow. Softball to microwave size snow sliding onto the trail. Some slide caused by human interaction but bigger slides due to natural release.  [ Read More ]
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May 13, 2022
There is a large amount of avi debris especially on lookers right. At 11:30 the upper 2/3 of the gulch was fun corn snow. The last 1/3 was mushy but still super fun. The very bottom is avi debris but we stayed lookers right and came out the mining ruins trail. We didn’t set off  [ Read More ]
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May 10, 2022
Has there been any recent study near the tram??  [ Read More ]
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Apr 26, 2022
Avalanche seen going down gold creek valley, lasted a few minutes.  [ Read More ]
While walking Basin road heard three successive “whoomps” of snow collapse/cornice fall between 11:20 and 11:30am, though could not see where the exact source – it appeared to be directly up from end of Basin road at top of snow slide gulch somewhere. Visibility was hampered by low ceiling and trees, and we didn’t see  [ Read More ]
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Mar 28, 2022
Spent the weekend on Lemon Glacier.  [ Read More ]
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Mar 19, 2022
Small slide down high gully  [ Read More ]
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Mar 13, 2022
Hiked up the summer trail for a springy xc ski on the last vestiges of snow on the dog camp road and past the powerline pass trail into the alders towards the north face of Hawthorne. Rain crust omnipresent on the ski in, making things quite fast and almost too slippery for fish scales until  [ Read More ]
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Mar 8, 2022
Over the past couple days I’ve been able to visit a broad span of terrain and have observed a widespread layer that is worth sharing. McGinnis, Squalliwood (north of Stroller White), and Arthur (where the marker on this map is) all had a low density layer of needles about 10cm thick under surface slab layers.  [ Read More ]