Eastern Alaska Range

Observations

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NOTE:

Currently, the Eastern Alaska Range Avalanche Center does not issue forecasts. We encourage all users to make educated and informed decisions whenever you choose to travel into avalanche terrain. Careful evaluation of the snowpack, cautious route-finding, and conservative decision-making should be used at all times. Consult recent user observations and available weather resources for more information.

Please refer to the public observations below or our Facebook timeline.

24 Comments on Eastern Alaska Range

Brian Craig said : Report Subscribe 2 weeks ago

Northeast of Gun Creek 2 natural small avalanches spotted on south facing slopes and one snow machine triggered 30ft wide slide.

  • 12/04/2018
Brent waters said : Report Subscribe 2 weeks ago

No avalanches observed, snow was epic at 3 pm.

  • 11/04/2018
Debra McGhan said : Report Subscribe 2 weeks ago

Arctic Man basecamp set up. 50 degrees, soft spring snow. Overcast, bright skies.

  • 11/04/2018
Barbara stanfill said : Report Subscribe 3 weeks ago

Wasilla was sun shine and melting snow at 50 degrees.

  • 07/04/2018
Pete Carter
PCarter said : Report Subscribe 4 weeks ago

Summit Lake hasty pit at site of Feb 28 avalanche across road. Snowpack just over 3' deep. Top 8-10" soft and available for wind transport. Easy-moderate shear between soft snow and snow beneath which is mostly strong enough to support the weight of a person without snowshoes. Hard shear down 18" from the surface.

  • 28/03/2018

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