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Sat, December 7th, 2019
Storm Slabs
Storm Slabs
Persistent Slabs
Persistent Slabs
The avalanche danger will rise to CONSIDERABLE above 1,000′ today as a warm storm brings up to a foot of new snow with strong ridgetop winds. Another 5-8″ of snow is expected tonight. Natural avalanches composed of the new snow are possible, such as wind slabs, storm slabs and cornice falls, and human triggered avalanches [Read More]
Fri, December 6th, 2019
Persistent Slabs
Persistent Slabs
The avalanche danger remains MODERATE in the Alpine due to a buried layer of faceted snow that sits 2-3′ below the snow surface. This layer is still showing signs that an avalanche could be triggered on steep slopes at the high elevations above 3,000′. Below 3,000′ there is a LOW avalanche danger. *Avalanche danger expected [Read More]
Thu, December 5th, 2019
Persistent Slabs
Persistent Slabs
Wind Slabs
Wind Slabs
A MODERATE avalanche danger exists above 2,500′.  Triggering a large, dangerous avalanche remains possible due to a suspect weak layer/ bed surface combination near the ground. In addition, be on the lookout for lingering small wind slabs particularly along or just below leeward ridges. [Read More]
Wed, December 4th, 2019
Persistent Slabs
Persistent Slabs
Wind Slabs
Wind Slabs
A MODERATE avalanche danger exists above 2,500′.  Triggering a large, dangerous avalanche remains possible due to a suspect weak layer/ bed surface combination near the ground. In addition, be on the lookout for lingering small wind slabs particularly along or just below leeward ridges. [Read More]
Tue, December 3rd, 2019
Wind Slabs
Wind Slabs
Persistent Slabs
Persistent Slabs
A MODERATE avalanche danger exists in the Turnagain Pass region above 2,500′.  Small wind slabs will be possible to trigger in higher elevation terrain, particularly along or just below leeward ridges. Furthermore, a suspect weak layer/ bed surface combo exists above 3,000’ where triggering a much larger, more dangerous avalanche remains possible. [Read More]
Mon, December 2nd, 2019
Wind Slabs
Wind Slabs
Persistent Slabs
Persistent Slabs
A MODERATE avalanche danger exists in the Turnagain Pass region above 2,500′.  Triggering a small fresh wind slab along the higher ridgelines is possible today.  Additionally, it may be possible to trigger a much larger avalanche above 3,000′ due to a suspected weak layer 1-3 feet below the snow surface. [Read More]
Sun, December 1st, 2019
Wind Slabs
Wind Slabs
Persistent Slabs
Persistent Slabs
A MODERATE avalanche danger exists in the Turnagain Pass region above 2,500′. A few inches of new snow (2-5″) with moderate winds are expected to form small fresh wind slabs along the higher ridgelines by this afternoon. Additionally, a much larger avalanche may be possible to trigger above 3,000′ due to a suspected weak layer [Read More]
Sat, November 30th, 2019
Storm Slabs
Storm Slabs
Persistent Slabs
Persistent Slabs
A CONSIDERABLE avalanche danger remains at the higher elevations above treeline. Storm snow avalanches, including wind slabs, are likely to be triggered on slopes over 30 degrees. Additionally, triggering a surprisingly larger, and dangerous, slab avalanche is possible that breaks in old weak snow 1-3+ feet below the snow surface. Heads up once the skies [Read More]
Fri, November 29th, 2019
Storm Slabs
Storm Slabs
The avalanche danger is CONSIDERABLE at all elevation bands. In the Alpine and Treeline triggering a slab avalanche is likely and natural avalanches are possible. Avalanches that release in higher elevation terrain could send debris into the lower elevation (below 1000′) runout. Cautious route-finding and conservative decision-making are essential. [Read More]
Thu, November 28th, 2019
Happy Thanksgiving! Today is day two of the winter storm impacting the forecast area. Avalanche danger is rising across the region. The Chugach National Foreast Avalanche Information Center will issue the first forecast of the season with a danger rating tomorrow morning! Today is a great day to eat turkey with friends and family and [Read More]
Tue, November 26th, 2019
It is starting to look like winter across the Turnagain Forecast area. Let’s do a quick snowfall recap to paint the picture of the season so far. A storm on 10/22-23 brought about 2′ of snow with snow line around 2000′ and strong winds. During the next storm on 10/27-28 it rained to 3500′ washing [Read More]
Wed, November 20th, 2019
Over the weekend a little snow actually made it to sea level. Girdwood had a few inches in town while Turnagain Pass at road level (1000′) only received a half an inch of snow. Upper elevations (above 2500′) received around a 1′ of snow. Late Friday night also brought stronger easterly winds with gusts into [Read More]
Fri, November 15th, 2019
Despite plenty of precipitation for November, winter at Turnagain Pass has yet to arrive. Storm systems have been scooping up warm sub-tropical air and bringing it north to our region. Rain has been falling up to the ridgetops at Turnagain with occasional cooler periods bringing snow to mid-mountain before warming back up again. Looking forward [Read More]
Mon, November 11th, 2019
We continue to watch the weather with hopes for a colder storm, #snowtosealevel. After a partly sunny Veterans Day the forecast for this week looks to have precipitation but not snow producing temps. Upper elevation terrain (above 4000′) received a little new snow this past week. Sunshine and warmer temperatures on Friday and Saturday caused [Read More]
Wed, November 6th, 2019
It continues to be a warm start to our winter in the Turnagain Pass region. Sadly there is not much new to report. We are watching the temperatures and thinking cold thoughts. Follow the National Weather Service’s Recreational Report for the mountain weather forecast.  The thin wet snow cover begins around 2,500′ with dry snow [Read More]
Wed, October 30th, 2019
Late October Update: It’s been a warm start to our winter over in the Turnagain Pass region. While Hatcher Pass has been reaping the early season snow (as is common and don’t forget to check hpavalanche.org and their Facebook page), Turnagain has been left in the dust. Images below tell the picture. A thin wet [Read More]
Fri, October 11th, 2019
WELCOME to the 2019/2020 winter season! The snow-line is creeping down the mountainsides and that means the CNFAIC is getting ready for another fantastic winter season! Office doors open at the Avalanche Center in Girdwood during the last week in October. We will be issuing intermittent snow, weather and avalanche updates as conditions warrant through [Read More]
Sat, April 27th, 2019
Spring Conditions
Spring Conditions
The CNFAIC is no longer issuing avalanche advisories for Turnagain Pass and surrounding regions. Although the forecast season has finished, the avalanche season has not  – please see below for some  SPRINGTIME AVALANCHE TIPS!!   Current conditions? Keep tabs on our  Observation Page!  We will be posting all observations/reports sent in to us. “Like”  the [Read More]
Thu, April 25th, 2019
Wind Slabs
Wind Slabs
Persistent Slabs
Persistent Slabs
The avalanche danger is CONSIDERABLE above 2500′ due to active wind loading and new snow. Human triggered wind slabs 1-2′ may be tender on leeward slopes 35 degrees and steeper. Triggering a slab 2-3′ in older snow on Northerly aspects above 2500′ is possible and could propagate across an entire slope. If the sun makes [Read More]
Tue, April 23rd, 2019
Storm Slabs
Storm Slabs
Wet Loose
Wet Loose
The avalanche danger is MODERATE  above 1000′.  Human triggered slab avalanches 1-3′ are possible on slopes 35 degrees and steeper. Watch for warming and wet loose activity on solar aspects if the sun makes an appearance. Evaluate snow and terrain carefully, ease into steep terrain and look for signs of instability. As always, give cornices [Read More]
Sun, April 21st, 2019
Storm Slabs
Storm Slabs
Wet Loose
Wet Loose
The avalanche danger is CONSIDERABLE  above 1000′  due to strong winds and a mix of rain and snow impacting the area today. Natural avalanches are possible. Human triggered slab avalanches 1-3′ will be likely above 2000′. Below 2000′ where rain is falling, triggering  wet loose avalanches will be likely.  Extra caution is advised. As always, [Read More]
Sat, April 20th, 2019
Storm Slabs
Storm Slabs
Wet Loose
Wet Loose
The avalanche danger is  MODERATE  for avalanches composed of the 6 – 12+” of new snow. On Northerly slopes above 2,500′ dry slab avalanches 6-18+” thick will be possible to trigger. On Southerly facing slopes and all aspects below 2,500′ wet loose avalanches are possible with daytime warming and solar radiation. Give cornices a wide [Read More]
Thu, April 18th, 2019
Persistent Slabs
Persistent Slabs
The avalanche danger is  MODERATE  on slopes above 2,500′. Triggering a slab 1-2′ deep is possible on steep Northerly slopes in the Alpine. Pay attention to changing conditions and as always, give cornices a wide berth and limit travel under glide cracks. PORTAGE VALLEY:  Cornice fall and/or avalanches from above have the potential to send [Read More]
Tue, April 16th, 2019
Persistent Slabs
Persistent Slabs
The avalanche danger is MODERATE on slopes above 2,500′. Triggering a slab 1-2′ deep is possible on steep Northern aspects in the alpine. Triggering a wet-loose avalanche is possible with daily warming on steep Southern aspects. Pay attention to surfaces conditions and if you notice the snow becoming wet and unsupportable – transition to firmer [Read More]
Sun, April 14th, 2019
Wet Loose
Wet Loose
Persistent Slabs
Persistent Slabs
The avalanche danger is MODERATE on slopes above 2,500′. Wet loose sluffs could be easy to initiate on steep sunny slopes by this afternoon/evening. Sluffs could become larger than expected if surface warming melts the top 4-6″ of the snowpack. On high elevation north aspects (above 3,000′), triggering a dry slab avalanche may be possible [Read More]
Sat, April 13th, 2019
Persistent Slabs
Persistent Slabs
Wet Loose
Wet Loose
The avalanche danger will be CONSIDERABLE at the upper elevations today.  On northerly aspects, dry snow and winter conditions exist. Triggering a slab avalanche 1-3′ thick is possible and very cautious travel and snowpack evaluation is recommended.  On southerly aspects, sunny skies and daytime warming are expected to create natural wet loose avalanches in Thursday’s [Read More]
Fri, April 12th, 2019
Wind Slabs
Wind Slabs
Wet Loose
Wet Loose
The avalanche danger is CONSIDERABLE today above 2500′ where strong winds and new snow have created touchy slabs 1-3′ thick. In the Treeline zone (1000′-2500′) the avalanche danger is MODERATE where the snowpack transitions from wet snow to dry snow. Within this zone triggering a wet loose avalanche or storm slab is possible. Any sign [Read More]
Thu, April 11th, 2019
Wind Slabs
Wind Slabs
The avalanche danger is CONSIDERABLE today above 2500′. Triggering a wind slab up to 12 € thick will be possible on steep leeward features due to strong wind and new snow. Below 2500′ the avalanche danger is MODERATE where triggering a wet loose avalanche is possible. Avoid traveling below glide cracks and cornices. Should the [Read More]
Wed, April 10th, 2019
Normal Caution
Normal Caution
The avalanche danger is generally LOW  throughout the region. Keep in mind, glide avalanches are still a concern and can release at anytime. Continue to watch for and avoid/limit travel under glide cracks. Additionally, give cornices a wide berth while traveling along ridgelines. Triggering a wet loose sluff may be possible on steep sunny slopes [Read More]
Tue, April 9th, 2019
Glide Avalanches
Glide Avalanches
Wind Slabs
Wind Slabs
The avalanche danger remains MODERATE  at all elevations. In the mid-elevations, glide avalanches continue to release sporadically and are creating a dangerous and unpredictable hazard. Limit any travel under glide cracks. Additionally, wet loose sluffs are possible on saturated steep slopes below 2,000′. In the Alpine, watch for areas with new wind-drifted snow where small [Read More]
Mon, April 8th, 2019
Glide Avalanches
Glide Avalanches
Wet Loose
Wet Loose
The avalanche danger remains  MODERATE  today at all elevations.  Glide cracks have been releasing into avalanches in many popular recreating areas and pose a hazard to anyone traveling under glide cracks.  Additionally, due to recent rain/snow triggering a wet loose avalanche on solar aspects or a shallow wind slab on shaded, steep, leeward features in [Read More]
Sun, April 7th, 2019
Wind Slabs
Wind Slabs
Glide Avalanches
Glide Avalanches
The avalanche danger is  MODERATE  today at all elevations. Triggering a shallow wind slab will be possible on steep leeward features in the Alpine due to new snow and wind.  Be prepared for small natural wet loose activity on solar aspects in the Alpine if the sun makes an appearance today.  Below 3000′ glide cracks [Read More]
Sat, April 6th, 2019
Wind Slabs
Wind Slabs
Glide Avalanches
Glide Avalanches
The avalanche danger is MODERATE today at all elevations. Triggering a wind slab up to 10″ thick will be possible on steep leeward features due to new snow and strong wind. Below 3000′ glide cracks may avalanche without warning in popular terrain. Plan your route to avoid traveling under existing cracks. Additionally triggering a wet [Read More]
Fri, April 5th, 2019
Glide Avalanches
Glide Avalanches
The avalanche danger remains MODERATE for glide avalanches. Glide cracks have been releasing into avalanches in many popular recreating areas and pose a hazard to anyone traveling under glide cracks. Additionally, human triggered wet loose avalanches are possible if southerly slopes warm enough to soften surface crusts. As always, give cornices a wide berth – [Read More]
Thu, April 4th, 2019
Glide Avalanches
Glide Avalanches
The avalanche danger is MODERATE due to the potential for a glide crack to avalanche naturally without warning. Most glide cracks are located in the treeline zone on East   – South   – West aspects below 3000′. Identify terrain with glide cracks and plan your route to avoid travel directly below these unpredictable hazards. [Read More]
Wed, April 3rd, 2019
Glide Avalanches
Glide Avalanches
The avalanche danger is MODERATE due to the possibility of glide avalanches releasing naturally. Identify terrain with glide cracks and plan your route to avoid travel directly below these unpredictable hazards. Triggering a wet loose avalanche is possible in the afternoon and evening on steep Southern aspects. Monitor surface conditions and transition to firmer slopes [Read More]
Tue, April 2nd, 2019
Wet Loose
Wet Loose
Glide Avalanches
Glide Avalanches
Warm temperatures and direct sunlight will increase the avalanche danger from  LOW  this morning  to MODERATE by this afternoon/evening. Human triggered wet loose avalanches on steep, solar aspects, especially above 3000′, are possible once the sun softens surface crusts and weakens the snowpack. Avoid being under glide cracks and give cornices an extra wide berth! [Read More]
Mon, April 1st, 2019
Wet Loose
Wet Loose
Glide Avalanches
Glide Avalanches
Another day of VERY WARM temperatures will increase the avalanche danger from  LOW  this morning  to  CONSIDERABLE  by this afternoon/evening. Dangerous wet loose, wet slab and glide avalanches may release naturally once the sun softens surface crusts and weakens the snowpack. All steep slopes above 1,000′ facing East, South and West that see direct sunshine [Read More]
Sun, March 31st, 2019
Wet Loose
Wet Loose
Glide Avalanches
Glide Avalanches
VERY WARM temperatures will increase the avalanche danger from LOW this morning  to CONSIDERABLE  by this afternoon/evening. Large and dangerous wet loose, wet slab and glide avalanches may release naturally once the sun softens surface crusts and weakens the snowpack. All slopes above 1,000′ facing East, South and West that see direct sunshine should be [Read More]
Sat, March 30th, 2019
Wet Loose
Wet Loose
Deep Persistent Slabs
Deep Persistent Slabs
The avalanche danger is LOW below 3,000′ this morning and will rise to CONSIDERABLE this afternoon/evening with the heat of the day. Once surface crusts soften and become unsupportable, human triggered wet loose avalanches will be likely on steep sunny slopes. These could be large and dangerous in big terrain and could initiate a wet [Read More]
Fri, March 29th, 2019
Wet Loose
Wet Loose
Deep Persistent Slabs
Deep Persistent Slabs
The avalanche danger is generally LOW in the morning below 3000′, but is expected to rise to CONSIDERABLE by late afternoon on steep Southern aspects where initiating a wet loose avalanche is likely. Above 3000′ the avalanche danger is MODERATE where triggering a deeper more dangerous slab avalanche is possible. Later in the day with [Read More]
Thu, March 28th, 2019
Wet Loose
Wet Loose
Deep Persistent Slabs
Deep Persistent Slabs
The avalanche danger is MODERATE across the Advisory area this morning but will rise to CONSIDERABLE  above 2000′ on South (SE-SW) aspects due to the possibility of wet loose avalanches and glide avalanches in the afternoon. With warm temperatures and direct sunshine on steep, solar aspects triggering a large, dangerous deep slab avalanche in the [Read More]
Wed, March 27th, 2019
Wet Loose
Wet Loose
Deep Persistent Slabs
Deep Persistent Slabs
The avalanche danger is  MODERATE  across the Advisory area this morning but will rise to CONSIDERABLE in the Alpine later in the day and natural deep slab and wet loose avalanches will become possible. With warm temperatures and direct sunshine on steep, solar aspects triggering a large, dangerous slab avalanche in the Alpine is also [Read More]
Tue, March 26th, 2019
Wet Loose
Wet Loose
Deep Persistent Slabs
Deep Persistent Slabs
The avalanche danger is MODERATE  across the Advisory area today. Warm temperatures and direct sunshine will make triggering a wet loose avalanche possible on steep, solar aspects. Triggering a large, dangerous slab avalanche in the Alpine is also still possible.  Choose terrain carefully. Give cornices and glide cracks a wide berth. Pay attention to changing [Read More]
Mon, March 25th, 2019
Wet Slab
Wet Slab
Deep Persistent Slabs
Deep Persistent Slabs
The avalanche danger is CONSIDERABLE this morning but will increase to HIGH  by this afternoon with direct sunlight and very warm air temperatures making natural large wet slab avalanches likely. This is the first day of sunshine after many inches of rain and feet of snow at upper elevations. The snowpack needs time to adjust, [Read More]
Sun, March 24th, 2019
Wet Slab
Wet Slab
A  HIGH  avalanche danger remains over the region. Warm and wet weather continues to melt down the snowpack and cause large wet slab and wet loose avalanches to release naturally. These avalanches are occurring on slopes near and below 3,000′. They are gouging to the ground, running to valley bottoms at times and very destructive. [Read More]
Sat, March 23rd, 2019
Wet Slab
Wet Slab
The avalanche danger remains HIGH  due to wet and stormy weather causing large wet slab avalanches to release naturally. These avalanches are occurring on slopes near and below 3,000′ and have been taking much of the season’s snowpack with them, which is sending dirty debris to valley bottoms. Above 3,000′ storm snow avalanches and cornice [Read More]
Fri, March 22nd, 2019
Wet Slab
Wet Slab
The avalanche danger will remain HIGH today due to heavy rain, above freezing temperatures and strong wind in Turnagain Pass, Girdwood, and Portage. Natural wet slab avalanches are likely below 3000′. In the alpine natural storm slabs 2-3+ feet deep are also likely today and have the potential to step down into a very deep [Read More]
Thu, March 21st, 2019
Wet Slab
Wet Slab
The avalanche danger will remain HIGH today for Turnagain Pass, Girdwood and Portage due to above freezing temperatures and the likelihood of natural wet slab avalanches below 3000′. In the alpine natural and human triggered storm slab 2-3′ deep are likely today and have the potential to step down into a very deep and dangerous [Read More]
Wed, March 20th, 2019
Storm Slabs
Storm Slabs
The avalanche danger will rise to HIGH today and large to very large natural avalanches will become likely. Very warm temperatures, heavy precipitation with a rising rain/snow line and strong winds will impact the region. Travel in avalanche terrain is not recommended. Avalanches have the potential to be very deep and dangerous.   PORTAGE VALLEY: [Read More]

Below are archived forecasts for the past five years with the highest danger rating and Avalanche Problem 1 displayed in the chart. Click on a table cell to read the forecast for that day.

Date 18/1917/1816/1715/1614/15
11/25 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs No Rating Persistent Slabs No Rating
11/26 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs No Rating Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs
11/27 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Wet Loose
11/28 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Wet Loose
11/29 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs
11/30 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs
12/01 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs
12/02 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Normal Caution
12/03 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs Wind Slabs Persistent Slabs
12/04 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Dry Loose
12/05 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs
12/06 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Persistent Slabs
12/07 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Normal Caution
12/08 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Normal Caution
12/09 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs
12/10 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Persistent Slabs Normal Caution Storm Slabs
12/11 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Wet Loose Normal Caution Wind Slabs
12/12 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wet Loose Normal Caution Wind Slabs
12/13 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Wet Slab Normal Caution Persistent Slabs
12/14 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Wet Slab Normal Caution Storm Slabs
12/15 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Deep Persistent Slabs Announcement Storm Slabs
12/16 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs
12/17 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Deep Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs
12/18 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Deep Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs
12/19 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs
12/20 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Wind Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs
12/21 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Deep Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs
12/22 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Wind Slabs
12/23 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Dry Loose Persistent Slabs
12/24 Cornice Cornice Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Persistent Slabs
12/25 Cornice Cornice Wind Slabs Storm Slabs Storm Slabs
12/26 Cornice Cornice Wind Slabs Storm Slabs Storm Slabs
12/27 Cornice Cornice Deep Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs
12/28 Cornice Cornice Deep Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs
12/29 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Deep Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Wind Slabs
12/30 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs
12/31 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs
01/01 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs
01/02 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs
01/03 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs
01/04 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs
01/05 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs
01/06 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Wind Slabs
01/07 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs
01/08 Normal Caution Normal Caution Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs
01/09 Normal Caution Normal Caution Persistent Slabs Normal Caution Storm Slabs
01/10 Normal Caution Normal Caution Persistent Slabs Normal Caution Storm Slabs
01/11 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs Normal Caution Wind Slabs
01/12 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs Normal Caution Glide Avalanches
01/13 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Wet Slab Storm Slabs Glide Avalanches
01/14 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs Wind Slabs Glide Avalanches
01/15 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs Wind Slabs Normal Caution
01/16 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Deep Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Glide Avalanches
01/17 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Wet Slab Wind Slabs Storm Slabs
01/18 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs Wind Slabs Wind Slabs
01/19 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Deep Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Wind Slabs
01/20 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Deep Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Wind Slabs
01/21 Normal Caution Normal Caution Deep Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Wind Slabs
01/22 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Deep Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Wind Slabs
01/23 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Deep Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Glide Avalanches
01/24 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs Wind Slabs
01/25 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Wind Slabs
01/26 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Wind Slabs
01/27 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Storm Slabs
01/28 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs
01/29 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs
01/30 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs
01/31 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs Cornice
02/01 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Cornice
02/02 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Cornice
02/03 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Dry Loose Storm Slabs
02/04 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Deep Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs
02/05 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Deep Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs
02/06 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Deep Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs
02/07 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Deep Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs
02/08 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Deep Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs
02/09 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Deep Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs
02/10 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs Cornice
02/11 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Wet Slab
02/12 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Glide Avalanches
02/13 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs Glide Avalanches
02/14 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs Glide Avalanches
02/15 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs Wind Slabs
02/16 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs Wind Slabs
02/17 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs
02/18 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs
02/19 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Cornice
02/20 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs
02/21 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs
02/22 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs
02/23 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Wind Slabs
02/24 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs
02/25 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs
02/26 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs
02/27 Normal Caution Normal Caution Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs
02/28 Normal Caution Normal Caution Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Wet Loose
02/29 Wet Loose Wet Loose Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs
03/01 Wet Loose Wet Loose Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs
03/02 Normal Caution Normal Caution Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Wind Slabs
03/03 Normal Caution Normal Caution Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Cornice
03/04 Normal Caution Normal Caution Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Glide Avalanches
03/05 Normal Caution Normal Caution Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Wind Slabs
03/06 Normal Caution Normal Caution Persistent Slabs Normal Caution Dry Loose
03/07 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Persistent Slabs Normal Caution Wind Slabs
03/08 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Normal Caution Glide Avalanches
03/09 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Normal Caution Glide Avalanches
03/10 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Normal Caution Glide Avalanches
03/11 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Normal Caution Wind Slabs
03/12 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Normal Caution Storm Slabs
03/13 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Normal Caution Wind Slabs
03/14 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Normal Caution Glide Avalanches
03/15 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Normal Caution Glide Avalanches
03/16 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Persistent Slabs Normal Caution Glide Avalanches
03/17 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Deep Persistent Slabs Normal Caution Glide Avalanches
03/18 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Deep Persistent Slabs Normal Caution Glide Avalanches
03/19 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Deep Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs Storm Slabs
03/20 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Deep Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs Storm Slabs
03/21 Wet Slab Wet Slab Deep Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs Storm Slabs
03/22 Wet Slab Wet Slab Deep Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wet Loose
03/23 Wet Slab Wet Slab Deep Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wet Loose
03/24 Wet Slab Wet Slab Deep Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Glide Avalanches
03/25 Wet Slab Wet Slab Deep Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Glide Avalanches
03/26 Wet Loose Wet Loose Deep Persistent Slabs Normal Caution Glide Avalanches
03/27 Wet Loose Wet Loose Deep Persistent Slabs Normal Caution Glide Avalanches
03/28 Wet Loose Wet Loose Deep Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs Wet Loose
03/29 Wet Loose Wet Loose Deep Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs Storm Slabs
03/30 Wet Loose Wet Loose Deep Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs Wet Loose
03/31 Wet Loose Wet Loose Deep Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs Wet Loose
04/01 Wet Loose Wet Loose Deep Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs Wet Loose
04/02 Wet Loose Wet Loose Deep Persistent Slabs Wet Loose Glide Avalanches
04/03 Glide Avalanches Glide Avalanches Deep Persistent Slabs Storm Slabs Glide Avalanches
04/04 Glide Avalanches Glide Avalanches Storm Slabs Storm Slabs Glide Avalanches
04/05 Glide Avalanches Glide Avalanches Storm Slabs Wind Slabs Glide Avalanches
04/06 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Storm Slabs Wet Loose Glide Avalanches
04/07 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Persistent Slabs Wind Slabs Glide Avalanches
04/08 Glide Avalanches Glide Avalanches Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Glide Avalanches
04/09 Glide Avalanches Glide Avalanches Wet Loose Persistent Slabs Wet Loose
04/10 Normal Caution Normal Caution Wet Loose Persistent Slabs Glide Avalanches
04/11 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Wet Loose Deep Persistent Slabs Announcement
04/12 Wind Slabs Wind Slabs Wet Loose Deep Persistent Slabs Glide Avalanches
04/13 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs Wet Loose Deep Persistent Slabs Glide Avalanches
04/14 Wet Loose Wet Loose Wet Loose Wet Loose Glide Avalanches
04/15 No RatingNo Rating Wet Loose Wet Loose Glide Avalanches
04/16 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs No Rating Wet Loose Glide Avalanches
04/17 No RatingNo Rating Wet Loose No Rating Glide Avalanches
04/18 Persistent Slabs Persistent Slabs No Rating Wet Loose No Rating
04/19 No RatingNo Rating Storm Slabs No Rating Glide Avalanches
04/20 Storm Slabs Storm Slabs No Rating Wet Loose No Rating