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Northern Madison, 2021-02-13

Natural avalanche on an east aspect in Beehive Basin. Likely broke on Sunday, 2/7/2021.

Photo: J. Schack

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Lionhead Range, 2021-02-13

Snowmobile triggered slide on Lionhead Ridge in Upper Watkins drainage on 2/11/2021.

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Lionhead Range, 2021-02-12

Natural avalanche on Lionhead Ridge in upper Watkins Creek. Likely broke on Sunday 2/7.

Photo: GNFAC (2/10/2021)

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Southern Madison, 2021-02-12

Natural avalanche on the upper Bacon Rind Creek side of Skyline Ridge. Likely broke on Sunday 2/7.

Photo: GNFAC (2/11/2021)

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Southern Madison, 2021-02-12

Natural avalanche on the Teepee Basin side of Skyline Ridge. Likely broke on Sunday 2/7.

Photo: GNFAC (2/11/2021)

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Southern Madison, 2021-02-12

Natural avalanche on the Teepee Basin side of Skyline Ridge. Likely broke on Sunday 2/7.

Photo: GNFAC (2/11/2021)

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Cooke City, 2021-02-12

From email on 2/11: "interesting Av. activity in a Central Park - mid-lower Woody. This is an area that cross-loads like crazy, so it's not surprising to see slides, but the extent was impressive; essentially, slides propagated across the entire zone. These are all mid-slope ~9,000-9,200'"

Photo: J. Logan

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Cooke City, 2021-02-12

From email on 2/11: "interesting Av. activity in a Central Park - mid-lower Woody. This is an area that cross-loads like crazy, so it's not surprising to see slides, but the extent was impressive; essentially, slides propagated across the entire zone. These are all mid-slope ~9,000-9,200'"

Photo: J. Logan

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Southern Madison, 2021-02-12

A large avalanche that broke on Skyline Ridge and ran within 300 ft of the Big Sky Trail. Likely broke on Sunday, Feb 7th. 

Photo: B. Ramage

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Southern Madison, 2021-02-12

Debris from a large avalanche that broke on Skyline Ridge and ran within 300 ft of the Big Sky Trail. Likely broke on Sunday, Feb 7th. 

Photo: B. Ramage

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Northern Gallatin, 2021-02-12

On Thursday, Feb 11, snowmobilers remotely triggered two large avalanche in the Portal Creek area.

From obs: "Broke on lookers right crown first then triggered second slide to lookers left (rocks everywhere). Broke on depth hoar on both slides north facing aspects. Nobody was caught."

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Northern Gallatin, 2021-02-12

On Thursday, Feb 11, snowmobilers remotely triggered two large avalanche in the Portal Creek area.

From obs: "Broke on lookers right crown first then triggered second slide to lookers left (rocks everywhere). Broke on depth hoar on both slides north facing aspects. Nobody was caught."

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Northern Gallatin, 2021-02-12

On Thursday, Feb 11, snowmobilers remotely triggered two large avalanche in the Portal Creek area.

From obs: "Broke on lookers right crown first then triggered second slide to lookers left (rocks everywhere). Broke on depth hoar on both slides north facing aspects. Nobody was caught."

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Cooke City, 2021-02-10

This natural avalanche occurred on a wind loaded, NE aspect above Henderson Bench outside Cooke City on (likely Feb 8 or 9). Wind-loading has been the main avalanche concern. Photo: Z. Peterson

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Out of Advisory Area, 2021-02-10

"While leaving Cooke City, we saw this avalanche across the road from the Soda Butte. The slope was heavily wind loaded and the avalanche appeared to be bison triggered." Photo: A. Palombo

Cooke City, 2021-02-10

This large avalanche on the SE face of Mt Abundance, north of Cooke City, released naturally in the last 48 hours. In the photo you can see the fingers of windblown snow from strong westerly wind. Photo: S. Strenge

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Cooke City, 2021-02-10

The main gully on town hill went naturally last night (2/9) with a 3-4' crown. Photo: B. Zavora

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Northern Madison, 2021-02-09

 

A Big Sky resident spotted 5 natural avalanches from the comfort of his living room. Photo: N. Davies

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Northern Madison, 2021-02-09

A Big Sky resident spotted 5 natural avalanches from the comfort of his living room. Photo: N. Davies 

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Cooke City, 2021-02-09

A natural storm slab avalanche on a wind-loaded slope west of Cooke City. Photo: B Fredlund

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