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missing Image Source: Field Report
BC Zone: Aspen
Date: 2020-02-20 5:21 PM
Views: 1703
Caption: Natural wind slab avalanches from 2/17/20 above treelinee on north northwest slopes
missing Snowpit Source: Field Report
BC Zone: Northern San Juan
Date: 2020-02-23 9:41 PM
Views: 1681
Caption: Southeast aspect at 11k. Crust/facet combos are alive and well in this location. Just not much of a slab on top yet. February 23, 2020.
missing Snowpit Source: Field Report
BC Zone: Aspen
Date: 2020-02-22 5:47 PM
Views: 1679
Caption: Below Taylor Pass on a north-facing slope near treeline. Little Italian Basin 2/22/20
missing Image Source: Field Report
BC Zone: Gunnison
Date: 2020-02-21 10:23 PM
Views: 1654
Caption: Mt Gunnison
missing Image Source: Field Report
BC Zone: Sawatch Range
Date: 2020-02-19 9:11 PM
Views: 1562
Caption: A very large avalanche on a southeast-facing slope in the Central Sawatch range. 2/19/2020.
missing Image Source: Field Report
BC Zone: Northern San Juan
Date: 2020-02-24 5:44 PM
Views: 1540
Caption: Northwest wind loading a northeast ridge near Ophir. A small soft slab that failed recently can be seen through the blowing snow suspension layer. February 24, 2020.
missing Image Source: Field Report
BC Zone: Gunnison
Date: 2020-02-21 10:20 PM
Views: 1423
Caption: FRESH CORNICE RELEASE TRIGGERING A SLAB BELOW IN WOLVERINE BASIN
missing Image Source: Field Report
BC Zone: Northern San Juan
Date: 2020-02-21 9:06 PM
Views: 1323
Caption: Cornice's continue to grow in size and some are starting to overhang ridgelines. It's a good idea to give these beast a wider buffer during periods of above freezing temperatures. North San Juan. February 21, 2020.
missing Image Source: Avalanche Report
BC Zone: Vail & Summit County
Date: 2020-02-24 2:10 PM
Views: 1310
Caption: Hard slab avalanche on NE aspect
missing Image Source: Avalanche Report
BC Zone: Aspen
Date: 2020-02-20 6:59 PM
Views: 1260
Caption: A natural avalanche near the junction of theEagle/Thomasville and Burnt Mountain roads. Below treeline on a southeast-facing slope
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