Avalanche: Summit

Location: Road Observation of East aspects of Summit Lake.

Route & General Observations

Avalanche activity Summit Lake Area

Avalanche Details
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Trigger NaturalRemote Trigger Unknown
Avalanche Type Soft SlabAspect East Southeast
ElevationunknownSlope Angleunknown
Crown DepthunknownWidthunknown
Vertical Rununknown  
Avalanche Details

Natural avalanches observed in motion on Gilpatrick 1:20pm and recent avalanches on Summit and Colorado Peak. Shallow recent slabs. See Pictures below.

Red Flags
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Obvious signs of instability
Recent Avalanches?Yes
Collapsing (Whumphing)?No
Cracking (Shooting cracks)?No
Observer Comments

Recent avalanche activity and additional wind loading. Avalanche activity observed on ESE aspects of Gilpatick 1:20 pm natural, Summit Peak, and Colorado Peak (Unknown timeframe active wind loading in those areas.)

Photos & Video
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