Anonymous

  A Wetslab avalanche off the South West aspect of Moonlight. Debris field pushes well across the flat section of the lower saddle.  Avalanche seems to be a natural trigger/cause. WS-Nu-R2.5-D2-1 (SW aspect at 3,700FT, Crown is 5 feet down and 75 meters wide.)

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Anonymous

Avalanche observed and obvious behind DOT station and loveland slope. 2,700feeet W/SW aspect.  Wetslab with crown 5 feet deep and 50 meters wide. Avalanche runs down to the ground.  WS-N-R2-D2-G

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Anonymous

  A Wetslab avalanche off the South West aspect of Moonlight. Debris field pushes well across the flat section of the lower saddle.  Avalanche seems to be a natural trigger/cause. WS-Nu-R2.5-D2-1 (SW aspect at 3,700FT, Crown is 5 feet down and 75 meters wide.)

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Approximate location of missing skier Liam Walsh

Update on the search for Liam Walsh

Approximate location of where Liam Walsh was found in June 2016, after being missing since November 2015 Alaska Dispatch News Story from June 8, 2016: Searchers find body believed to be man missing since November avalanche in Hatcher Pass Author: Jerzy Shedlock Searchers have found what is believed to be the body of a 33-year-old […]

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Membership with AAIC

The Alaska Avalanche Information Center (AAIC,) a not-for-profit agency, was built to help you make informed decisions in the Alaskan backcountry. The cost of producing observations, advisories and providing other avalanche information/education programs is paid for by our members, donors, grants and contracts.We depend on users like you to help support the Alaska Avalanche Information […]

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