Observation: Turnagain

Location: Magnum

Route & General Observations

Below are several photos taken of the human triggered avalanche from yesterday 2/21 (Friday). This slide was on the headwall that connects the Magnum and Cornbuscuit ridgelines.

Details from the party who triggered it can be found here:

This slide was on a NW facing slope around 3,500′ in elevation. Estimated at 2′ deep, 200-300′ wide, and running 600-700′.Ran on January crust and weak layer suspected to be facets above crust.
(Persistent slab)

Photos & Video
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