Avalanche Advisory
Advisory: Skyline Area Mountains Issued by Brett Kobernik for Friday - January 20, 2017 - 6:51am
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Most of the terrain has a LOW avalanche danger today. You may find scattered small pockets of snow that could crack along the higher ridges. Continue to only put one person on a steep slope at a time and clear the avalanche runout zones at the bottom.

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current conditions

We picked up 2 to 4 inches of new snow in the last 24 hours. The wind has been light and the temperatures are around 20 degrees in the high country. The new snow will not have changed the avalanche danger much. Riding conditions should continue to be good.


general announcements

We will publish full detailed advisories Saturday and Sunday mornings by 7am.  We will also be publishing basic avalanche danger ratings & info during the week.

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