Snow & Avalanche Weekly Summary
Summaries for the Summit Lake region on the Kenai are no longer being issued. Information regarding Summit Lake will be included in the Turnagain Pass Avalanche Advisory.
This is a general backcountry avalanche advisory issued for Summit Lake Area as the core advisory area(this advisory does not apply to highways, railroads, or operating ski areas).
Riding status is not associated with avalanche danger. An area will be open to motorized use in accordance to the Forest Management Plan when snow coverage is adequate to protect underlying vegetation. Backcountry hazards including avalanche hazard are always present regardless of the open status of motorized use areas.
(Updated: Mar 16, 2019 )
|AREA||STATUS||WEATHER AND RIDING CONDITIONS|
|Placer River:||Open||Very wet. Travel not recommended until a re-freeze.|
|Skookum Drainage:||Open||Note: The Skookum drainage closes to snowmachines on April 1 annually as per the Chugach NF Forest Plan.|
|Twentymile:||Open||Very wet. Travel not recommended until a re-freeze.|
|Lost Lake Trail:||Open||Please stay on trail to avoid resource damage through forested areas.|
|Primrose Trail:||Open||Please stay on trail to avoid resource damage through forested areas.|
|Resurrection Pass Trail:||Closed||Closed for the 2018/19 season. Next season will be open to motorized use.|
|South Fork Snow River Corridor:||Open|
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