Professional Observer:   Lisa Portune
Location: Not reported -   Tincan
Date: Feb 13th, 2010
These natural avalanches on the northwest face of Tincan most
likely happened on Friday, Feb. 12. The elevation of the
uppermost slide is about 2300 feet. Notice how the lower-left
slide stepped down to deeper weak layers.
|Photo 1. |
|Lat: 60.7903 Long: -149.1667|
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