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Skiing, snowboarding, snowmachining, hiking, walking, and all other methods of travel or recreation on snow are dangerous and a potential hazard to personal safety. Each person who ventures onto snow is responsible for his or her own safety. Many snow travelers find that education, information, and experience can increase their safety when they are on snow. The public observations reported on this site may appear to offer information about the safety of traveling or recreating on snow, but it is critical to remember that such observations are not evaluated or edited for accuracy and represent the subjective experience of the author.
Individuals may have widely differing perceptions, for a given location, date, and time, of the safety of traveling or recreating on snow, of avalanche hazards, and of skiing or snowboarding conditions. The hazards and conditions reported in an observation can change rapidly. In addition, individuals can differ greatly in both their perception of objective hazards and their acceptance of the risk to personal safety of these hazards.Submit an Observation All Regions|Turnagain|Girdwood/Portage|Placer|Summit|Anchorage Front Range|Hatcher Pass|Outside of Advisory Area
|1490295600March 23, 2017 7:00pm||Placer - Portage Valley - Skookum Glacier||Quick trip up to the Skookum glacier to check out the human triggered avalanches from the past several days along with assessing how the new snow is bonding, considering this zone received the most sn …|
|1489932000March 19, 2017 2:00pm||Placer - Skookum||Rode out Skookum to check on motorized area signage.|
|1489877340March 18, 2017 10:49pm||Placer - Skookum Glacier||9 inches new snow at the head of the Skookum from the Wednesday night's storm. Widespread point releases on the hard bed surface had already occurred. Of note, skiing steep terrain produced almost no …|
|1484834400January 19, 2017 2:00pm||Placer - Placer Valley||Quick ride into the Placer Valley to take a look at the wind effect and snow conditions.|
|1484740800January 18, 2017 12:00pm||Placer - Placer to Spencer Glacier||Got out for the Placer opening. Stuck to the flats and made our way back to the toe of Spencer Glacier. Still lots of tracked powder but there are decent trails punched in on the flats. Some areas of …|
|1484586000January 16, 2017 5:00pm||Placer - Placer River valley||Seward Highway to Leubner Lake in anticipation of a Wednesday motorized opener (Placer Valley).|