Professional Observer:   Public Observer
Location: Turnagain -   Tincan
Date: Nov 20th, 2016
Small avalanche washed debris over skin track - Tincan.
|Test results from three different stability test on Tincan Mountain on Feb.17|
|Photo 1. Three remote triggered avalanches on Tincan's South face at about 2500' Photo by: John Sykes|
|Photo 2. Shooting crack that occurred in the same event as the remotely triggered avalanches in the photo above. Photo by: John Fitzgerald|
|Photo 3. View of the South face of Tincan after three remotely triggered avalanches occurred. |
|Photo 4. Skier triggered slab at about 2100' on Tincan. Slab height estimated 1.5-2' thick. Photo by Paul Forward|
|Photo 5. Test pit on a Western aspect of Tincan just above 2200'.|
|Lat: 60.7864 Long: -149.1657|
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