Observation: Summit

Location: Colorado approx. 500' below Wx station

Route & General Observations

4-5″ supportable crust on a ESE aspect from just above road to 2600′ where we gained SW trending ridge. Punchy in spots (near rocks & bushes)

Red Flags
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Observer Comments

Older glide avalanches and circa 10 day old wet and dry slab releases

Weather & Snow Characteristics
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Clear, warm, light and variable N

Snow surface

MF crust on solar aspects. Wind board w/ skif of new snow on northerlies and ridge top above 2900'


see attached. Fairly moist facets at ground, SE aspect at 3400'

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