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Northern Madison, 2022-01-10

From email 1/9/22: "Skier triggered cornice failure avalanche. Broke at skis 10-12 feet from the lip. No one caught or injured."

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Northern Madison, 2022-01-10

Photo from Crunchy the blue heeler (@crunchy_adventures)

From email 1/9/22: "Skier triggered cornice failure avalanche. Broke at skis 10-12 feet from the lip. No one caught or injured."

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Northern Madison, 2022-01-09

It was easy to crack the thin wind slabs that formed from strong wind the last 2 days. They were not propagating, but cracking indicated potential instability on wind drifts. Photo: GNFAC

Northern Gallatin, 2022-01-09

Strong wind in the previous 2 days sculpted the snow surface into waves of sastrugi. Photo: GNFAC

Northern Madison, 2022-01-09

Wind in the last 2 days gusted 45-70 mph and stripped some starting zones down to dirt in Beehive Basin. Photo: GNFAC

Cooke City, 2022-01-09

From obs: 1/8/22: "...One minor avalanche observed in Republic Creek.  It was on a steep and rocky E, NE aspect around 9700'..." Photo: B. Fredlund

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Cooke City, 2022-01-09

From obs: 1/8/22: "Observed natural north Scotch Bonnet". Ran during storm 1/6-1/8. Photo: D. Wycoff

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Dillon Area, 2022-01-08

Naturally triggered Avalanche on North North East aspect. Heavy wind loading evident. The slide appeared to be recent, 24 to 48 hours old. 

 

Lionhead Range, 2022-01-07

Small natural storm slab avalanche seen near Lionhead. 1/6/22. Photo: C. Leonard

Lionhead Range, 2022-01-07

The West Yellowstone Beacon Park is up and running for the season! 

Photo: J. Norlander (1/6/22)

Bridger Range, 2022-01-07

A small skier triggered storm slab on the west side of the Bridgers. 1/6/22

Photo: P. Hinz

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Bridger Range, 2022-01-07

From email (1/6/22): "Skied the Throne today. New snow instabilities. Higher density snow falling on colder snow. Saw a hand full of naturals all running on the new snow old snow interface."

Photo: E. Knoff

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Bridger Range, 2022-01-07

From email (1/6/22): "Skied the Throne today. New snow instabilities. Higher density snow falling on colder snow. Saw a hand full of naturals all running on the new snow old snow interface."

Photo: E. Knoff

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Island Park, 2022-01-06

The crown line is visible on the shaded face in the middle of the picture. Large avalanches released naturally during the week of 12/27 in the Centennial Mountains outside Island Park. Photo: GNFAC

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Island Park, 2022-01-06

Large avalanches released naturally during the week of 12/27 in the Centennial Mountains outside Island Park. Photo: GNFAC

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Island Park, 2022-01-06

Large avalanches released naturally during the week of 12/27 in the Centennial Mountains outside Island Park. Photo: GNFAC

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Island Park, 2022-01-06

Behind the sledders are deep piles of debris from an avalanche cycle a week ago in the Mt. Jefferson area near Island Park. Photo: GNFAC

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Lionhead Range, 2022-01-06

This avalanche broke wide in a northerly facing bowl off Lionhead Ridge. It looks to have broken a foot or less deep. The propogation indicates a uniform weak layer, likely near-surface facets or surface hoar. Photo: B. Fuglie

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Cooke City, 2022-01-03

Large, deep avalanche on East face of Mt. Abundance. Photo from 1/2/22: S. Strenge

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Cooke City, 2022-01-03

Large, deep avalanche on East face of Mt. Abundance. Photo from 1/2/22: S. Strenge

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