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Northern Gallatin, 2021-02-15

From obs: "The southwest corner of the cirque slid on the storm slab and broke 1200-1500’ wide, an east aspect had a crown that exceeded 6’ in places, and the south side of Divide broke 2-6’ deep and ran full track. I observed no collapsing or cracking, but the signs of instability were still pretty clear." Photo: S Reinsel

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Cooke City, 2021-02-15

From FB: "Saw recent wind slab natural on NW facing start zone of tube south of Titanic. Ran into titanic approximately 500' vertical where tubes join. D2 in size. No other signs of instabilities noted." Photo: B. Zavora

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Northern Madison, 2021-02-15

From email: "Went out in Middle Basin north of Big Sky today and saw 5 separate slides, the largest about 500ft across and approximately 2ft deep. All of them were northeast to southeast aspects from about 9200 to 9800ft. The included photos aren't the best but give an idea of the slides, most are from that largest slide." Photo: B. Richards

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Northern Madison, 2021-02-15

From email: "Went out in Middle Basin north of Big Sky today and saw 5 separate slides, the largest about 500ft across and approximately 2ft deep. All of them were northeast to southeast aspects from about 9200 to 9800ft. The included photos aren't the best but give an idea of the slides, most are from that largest slide." Photo: B. Richards

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Northern Madison, 2021-02-15

From email: "Went out in Middle Basin north of Big Sky today and saw 5 separate slides, the largest about 500ft across and approximately 2ft deep. All of them were northeast to southeast aspects from about 9200 to 9800ft. The included photos aren't the best but give an idea of the slides, most are from that largest slide." Photo: B Richards

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Bridger Range, 2021-02-15

From Obs: "Observed a group of recent natural avalanches on a NW facing slope into Truman Gulch at about 8600'" Photo: JR Mooney 

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Cooke City, 2021-02-15

A group of riders noticed this avalanche on the NE side of Scotch Bonnet on Saturday, 2/13. It likely occurred the day before. Photo: K. Yates

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Cooke City, 2021-02-15

This avalanche on the northeast side of Scotch Bonnet observed on 2/13. The slide likely occurred on Feb 11 or 12. Photo: R. DeSilva

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Northern Madison, 2021-02-14

On 2/14/21 two splitboarders triggered this avalanche while skinning up the slope. One was caught, partially buried and critically injured. Photo: GNFAC

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Northern Madison, 2021-02-14

On 2/14/21 two splitboarders triggered this avalanche while skinning up the slope. One was caught, partially buried and critically injured. Rescuers from Gallatin County/Big Sky Search and Rescue hiked in and were flown in to evacuate the injured person. Photo: B. Murry

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Northern Madison, 2021-02-14

On 2/14/21 two splitboarders triggered this avalanche while skinning up the slope. One was caught, partially buried and critically injured. Rescuers from Gallatin County/Big Sky Search and Rescue hiked in and were flown in to evacuate the injured person. Photo: B. Murry

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Northern Madison, 2021-02-14

On 2/14/21 two splitboarders triggered this avalanche while skinning up the slope. One was caught, partially buried and critically injured. Photo: GNFAC

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Northern Madison, 2021-02-14

On 2/14/21 two splitboarders triggered this avalanche while skinning up the slope. One was caught, partially buried and critically injured. Photo: GNFAC

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Cooke City, 2021-02-14

From obs: "Large avalanche from Feb 3-7 cycle in Pidex Bowl. Large avalanche from the same cycle that ran full track in the main Rip Curl gully. Wind slab released on the steep slope above, 15' tall trees are pushed over, and it ran all the way to the bottom of the run." Photo: N. Hance

Cooke City, 2021-02-14

This avalanche was snowmobile triggered on Saturday, 2/13/2021, near Daisy Pass. Its a steep, SE facing slope. Photo: GNFAC

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Cooke City, 2021-02-14

This small avalanche was snowmobile triggered on Saturday, 2/13/2021, near Daisy Pass. Its a steep, SE facing slope. Photo: GNFAC

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Cooke City, 2021-02-14

This large natural avalanche crown was observed 2/13/21 and likely broke between 2/9 and 2/11 when the area received 3-4 feet of heavy snow followed by strong wind. Photo: Z. Peterson

Southern Madison, 2021-02-14

On 2/13/21 riders reported they triggered this avalanche, and remotely triggered two other slides. Nobody was injured. One partially buried.

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Southern Madison, 2021-02-14

On 2/13/21 riders reported they triggered this avalanche, and remotely triggered two other slides. Nobody was injured. One partially buried.

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Bridger Range, 2021-02-14

On 2/13/21 skiers in the backcountry north of Bridger saw this avalanche occur in wind loaded terrain. They reported a ski track in terrain above, but not sure if it was there already. Photo: C. Gostout

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