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Observations

Region: Summit
Location: Summit Lake Road Obs
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Route & General Observations

Drove through Summit Lake between 2-3pm. Numerous large natural avalanches were triggered by winds on East and Southeast aspects of Fresno Ridge, Colorado Peak, and Summit Peak. Winds were strong and blowing snow was prominent from 11am through the afternoon.

Avalanche Details

Avalanche details

Trigger NaturalAvalanche Type UnknownAspect Unknown
ElevationunknownSlope AngleunknownCrown Depthunknown
WidthunknownLengthunknown  

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Observer Comments

Six D2-D2.5's on Frenso on SE to East aspects, including one that looks to have stepped down to older snow near the ground
Two D2's and a D1 on Colorado Peak
Four D1.5-D2's on Summit Peak

Weather

Weather

Strong NW winds
Temps mid 20F's
Partly cloudy

Photos & Video

Photos



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