Avalanche: Summit

Location: Signs of avalanche activity on Moose N, Frenchy, Manitoba (Previously reported), Butch, and Incredibowls

Route & General Observations

Evidence of 8 natural avalanches on mainly West facing slopes in addition to the previously reported Human triggered avalanche on Manitoba. These have all been shallow crown faces. See pictures below.

Avalanche Details
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Trigger NaturalRemote Trigger0
Avalanche Type Soft SlabAspect West Southwest
ElevationunknownSlope Angleunknown
Crown DepthunknownWidthunknown
Vertical Rununknown  
Avalanche Details

Shallow slab avalanches on mainly West and South west facing slopes. Generally shallow slabs 1-1.5'deep estimate. In channeled terrain the debris ran to the top of the alder line (2400'). One Glide crack has formed North of Manitoba.

Red Flags
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Obvious signs of instability
Recent Avalanches?Yes
Collapsing (Whumphing)?No
Cracking (Shooting cracks)?No
Weather & Snow Characteristics
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Calm, Clear Temperatures 18-22F

Photos & Video
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