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Observations

Region: Summit
Location: Summit Lake Area avalanche activity
Observer:
Date:

Route & General Observations

Saw numerous loose wet avalanches, wet slab avalanches, and a number of slopes with roller balls present. Sunny and temperatures in the mid to upper 30’s this afternoon. Most avalanches were on West and South facing slopes but avalanche activity was observed on all aspects including North.

Avalanche Details

Avalanche details

Trigger NaturalAvalanche Type Wet SlabAspect Unknown
ElevationunknownSlope AngleunknownCrown Depthunknown
WidthunknownLengthunknown  

Observer Comments

Most avalanches were D-1 wet point release but there were a number of D-2 wet slab avalanches as well. 1 glide crack observed on Templeton AKA Creator West aspect.

Red Flags

Obvious signs of instability

Recent Avalanches?YesCollapsing (Whumphing)?NoCracking (Shooting cracks)?No

Weather

Weather

Sunny warm temperatures.

Photos & Video

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