Its worth noting that it's easy to underestimate the avalanche danger during the early season. Its an easy mistake to assume there is not enough snow in the mountains for avalanches to occur. Today we witnessed one rider remotely trigger an avalanche, we remotely triggered another avalanche, and we ran into a backcountry traveler who remotely triggered yet another avalanche. We also received a report of another possible remotely triggered avalanche on peak 4068. There are probably more out there we have not heard about. Of particular note here is that if you look around the mountains, you may not see evidence of avalanching, however, this is not indicative of the actual hazard. The snowpack is at a critical balance, which will slowly improve over time, however this balance only requires a person to approach a slope to trigger an avalanche. You can trigger avalanches from the flats, from below a slope, or adjacent to a slope. Pay careful attention here, as you may be able to trigger avalanches remotely from a large distance away which could affect other users that you may not know are in harms way.