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Lionhead Range, 2021-03-16

Cornices along Lionhead Ridge. 3/16/2021

Photo: GNFAC

Southern Madison, 2021-03-13

Small wet slide on south facing slope low on Skyline Ridge. Observed 3/13/21. Likely broke in the previous couple of days.

Photo: GNFAC

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Cooke City, 2021-03-13

From email on 3/12/21: "...silver creek up to the saddle of Meridian in the NP yesterday. ... It was on the S aspect at 9,500ft of the shoulder that takes you up to the steep trees W of Meridian. It must have occurred in the last 24-48hrs due to not much snow had fallen since the avalanche occurred. It ran out down into the trees below. ... The crown looks to be over a foot deep, and the length must have been 50ft"

Photo: P. Whitmire

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Cooke City, 2021-03-11

Skier triggered loose snow avalanches occurred on 3/10/21. S aspect at 10,000' elev. Photo: GNFAC

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Cooke City, 2021-03-11

Small slabs and sluffs near Cooke City, seen 3/11/21 and broke in the 8-10" of snow that fell on 3/8-3/9. Photo: GNFAC

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Cooke City, 2021-03-09

Skiers in Cooke City noted this natural storm slab that released on an east aspect at 9000' on March 9th. It broke 6" deep and 25' wide. Photo: B. Fredlund

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Cooke City, 2021-03-09

A rider triggered this avalanche on Top of the World ride east of Cooke City on March 5th after cutting across the slope twice. Photo: K Sorensen

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Cooke City, 2021-03-09

Cornice collapse (3/8) on a small slope West of Cooke City in Yellowstone National Park. Photo: J Logan

Northern Gallatin, 2021-03-07

Crown of deep slab avalanche on Arden Peak at the back of Maid of the Mist basin in Hyalite. Probably broke between Feb 22 and Feb 28, 2021 Photo: GNFAC

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Northern Gallatin, 2021-03-07

Deep slab avalanche on Arden Peak at the back of Maid of the Mist basin in Hyalite. Probably broke between Feb 22 and Feb 28, 2021 Photo: GNFAC

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Northern Gallatin, 2021-03-07

Deep slab avalanche on Arden Peak at the back of Maid of the Mist basin in Hyalite. Probably broke between Feb 22 and Feb 28, 2021 Photo: GNFAC

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Northern Gallatin, 2021-03-07

Deep slab avalanche on Arden Peak at the back of Maid of the Mist basin in Hyalite. Probably broke between Feb 22 and Feb 28, 2021 Photo: GNFAC

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Southern Madison, 2021-03-07

Seen from near Ennis on 3/4/21. On Finger Mountain in the southern Madison Range. Photo: D. Frohman

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Southern Madison, 2021-03-07

Seen from near Ennis on 3/4/21. On Finger Mountain in the southern Madison Range. Photo: D. Frohman

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Out of Advisory Area, 2021-03-07

From obs 3/6/21: "Observed several smallish avalanches in Yellowstone National Park today. The interesting thing about this one is the bison track that goes into the slide. No telling if the avalanche was triggered by the bison, but the shallow snowpack is about 1/2 faceted, so maybe it was remotely triggered." Photo: J. Logan

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Northern Gallatin, 2021-03-07

From obs 3/6/21: "Two large natural avalanches in Maid of the Mist Basin. One of them ran on the east face of Arden Peak (Peak 10,201) which propagated across the entire face. Could have been triggered by a cornice fall then stepped down to deeper layers. The second was on the NE face of the peak Fat Maid and Skinny Maid come from. Also propagated across the entire slope. Crown height between 6'-8' in most places." Timing of these slides is unknown. Probably in the last week, but maybe older. Photo: S. Enloe

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Northern Gallatin, 2021-03-07

From obs 3/6/21: "Two large natural avalanches in Maid of the Mist Basin. One of them ran on the east face of Arden Peak (Peak 10,201) which propagated across the entire face. Could have been triggered by a cornice fall then stepped down to deeper layers. The second was on the NE face of the peak Fat Maid and Skinny Maid come from. Also propagated across the entire slope. Crown height between 6'-8' in most places." Timing of these slides is unknown. Probably in the last week, but maybe older. Photo: S. Enloe

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Cooke City, 2021-03-07

From obs on 3/6/21: "Small slab avalanche with snowmobile highmark tracks. They do not appear to be related, since there are no tracks into or out of the slide. Approximate coordinates 45 4.313 x 109 55.380" Photo: R. Taylor

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Northern Madison, 2021-03-06

We saw these recent wet loose avalanches on 3/6/21. SW aspect, 9,100'. They likely ran during above freezing temperatures between 3/3 and 3/5. Photo: GNFAC

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Southern Gallatin, 2021-03-06

From obs: "Small D1 avalanche on south-eastern aspect around 7800ft. Looks like solar released on older layer a day or two ago."

Photo: M. Mailly

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