Debris from the first avalanche around 3 p.m. gouged the earth, taking out a part of the Beaver Pond trail. Photo via Mereidi Liebner on social media. 04.26.2022
View of the first wet slab just after it occurred. 04.26.2022
Looking at a second avalanche right next to the first one, around 5 p.m. 04.26.2022
Very large wet slab avalanche in motion just after 6 p.m., close to the mouth of California Creek. The smaller slab in the upper left released at the same time; the next path on the right had released some time between 3 p.m. and 5 p.m.
Another view of the first avalanche, just after 3 p.m. via Mereidi Liebner on social media. 04.26.2022
One more view of the avalanche debris from the first avalanche, via Mereidi Liebner on social media. 04.26.2022
Large natural wet slab on Raggedtop. crown estimated to be a quarter mile wide and 4-8' deep. Photo: George Creighton. 04.26.2022