Observation: Hatcher Pass

Location: Frostbite N Aspect

Route & General Observations

Toured out with the goal of assessing snowpack on a northerly aspect and to ski the nice new snow!

Red Flags
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Observer Comments

No naturals observed

Weather & Snow Characteristics
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1370' @ 9:40am at car
Cold and calm, 12°F with calm winds and few clouds

2800' @ 11:21am at pit
10°F with calm to light winds and clear overhead

Snow surface

~10cm of new super low density dry snow covering skin track


Dug a pit to ground on a protected north facing feature, snowpack showed fair stability and fair structure (3 lemons). The rain crust was thin in this location and was surrounded by very minor faceting, showing no unstable results in this location around that layer.
See pit profile below

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