11th Annual Utah Snow & Avalanche Workshop Open and Motorized Sessions Oct. 27th.
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Max Schuler
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Skinned up the shoulder to Flaggstaff from Alta. Observed wind loading on the east facing aspect of the shoulder (into Flagstaff Gully) on our way up. There was also significant loading of the north facing slope down into Days Fork. Along the ridge we saw a smaller wind slab that broke about 30" wide, 1" to 2" deep and was presumably triggered by a cornice fall The slide did not propagate into deeper layers and did not run the full length of the slope. Skiing conditions from the Peak into Toledo Bowl were decent. I expect that the south facing aspect will have a sun crust tomorrow.

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