Thanks for all your support at the Bear Tooth Fundraiser, it was a great evening. The snow line crept down to sea level last night as clear skies halted additional precip. this morning. A couple inches of new snow fell at the pass elevation of 1000 ft. Wind distributed additional snow above 1000 ft. Drifting snow could measure up to 10 plus inches while CNFAIC Staff areas remain bare.
Avalanche season is upon us. If you find yourself out rocking (stones not rock staring) your skis or board think winter and potential avalanches. Small wind slabs have taken early season adventures for rides if not worse more than once.
Regular advisories will start November 25th or when we get significant snow.
NEW FOR THIS SEASON: if you need gear use the avalinks on our website. If you use the REI, Backcountry.com, or Patagonia links from our web pages a percentage of your purchase will automatically be donated to the Friends Group. That’s a no brainer, if you purchase from these companies, link from our page!
Here’s to anCNFAIC Staff fantastic winter, CS