Route & General Observations
- Recent sun affect natural avalanches on South Aspect in steep and rocky terrain. Generally small avalanches D-1 one D-2. On NW aspect D-1 Human Triggered Avalanche (Unknown time frame) just to lookers right of main gully Tri Tip (Paluki). No one was caught triggered during a hard left turn.
|Trigger||Natural||Avalanche Type||Wet Slab||Aspect||South|
|Elevation||3200ft||Slope Angle||40deg||Crown Depth||12in|
Point releases and small slab releases on South Aspect.
Human Triggered avalanche shallow slab or sluff 30 feet wide under ski track during turn.
Obvious signs of instability
|Recent Avalanches?||Yes||Collapsing (Whumphing)?||No||Cracking (Shooting cracks)?||No|
Late afternoon small avalanches South Aspects and around steep rocky terrain.
Summit Lake: Sunny, Current Temp:30F, Past 24 hours 0-30F, Snow Depth 29"
Summit Lake Ridge Top (3800'): Current Temp:14F, Past 24 hours 10-15F, Winds 2-5 variable generally from the NW Peak Gust 8MPH.