Observations are limited due to low visibility this week. Please report any observed avalanche activity on our observations page.
Our mountains have received 4-7 FEET of new snow in the last 10 days (highest amounts near Haines, least amounts at the Pass).
Another strong storm will hit Friday night, with 12-20″ additional possible and snow levels down to sea level. The storm train continues to aim right at us for the next week, and snow levels may fluctuate between 0 and 1500ft.
( *star means meteorological estimate )
Start the season with fresh batteries in your beacon. Do a beacon check with your partners at the trailhead to ensure everyone is beeping and familiar with their equipment. Do a rescue practice / beacon practice at home. ALWAYS wear a beacon, shovel, and probe, and KNOW HOW TO USE THEM!
Due to limited funding this season, we will be issuing occasional advisories dependent on conditions. Click the -Full Forecast- button below for more details and to sign up for Rescue and Level 1 Courses. Please keep submitting your observations to keep everyone up-to-date on current conditions.
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