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Bridger Range, 2024-03-01

Riders near Fairy Lake noticed several fresh slab avalanches along the ridge top and in the middle of the bowl between Naya Nuki and Sacajewea.  Photo: K. Marvinney

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Bridger Range, 2024-03-01

Riders in the Bridger range saw several loose snow avalanches that happened this afternoon in steep terrain on Hardscrabble Peak. Photo: K. Marvinney

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Lionhead Range, 2024-02-29

While riding below Lionhead Ridge we observed a wind slab avalanche that likely happened a few days ago. This avalanche looked to be 12" deep and broke 100' wide. Photo: GNFAC

 

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Cooke City, 2024-02-29

Skiers south of Cooke City observed a recent wind slab avalanche on north-facing terrain near Woody Ridge. This avalanche likely happened in the last 24 hours. Photo: G. Roe

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Cooke City, 2024-02-29

Skiers south of Cooke City observed a recent wind slab avalanche that happened on east-facing terrain near Republic Creek. This avalanche likely happened in the last 24 hours. Photo: G. Roe

 

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Northern Gallatin, 2024-02-29

Skiing some dog pow across Hyalite reservoir between 7200-7800’ on a NE pitch I got lots of whumphs and shooting cracks while braking trail. This was a shallower snowpack than most other areas, it was still easy to break into basil facets with skis on.

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Northern Gallatin, 2024-02-29

Skiing some dog pow across Hyalite reservoir between 7200-7800’ on a NE pitch I got lots of whumphs and shooting cracks while braking trail. This was a shallower snowpack than most other areas, it was still easy to break into basil facets with skis on.

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Bridger Range, 2024-02-28

A skier at Bridger Bowl noticed a small wind slab avalanche on quarter saddle. The slide ran 250 vertical feet and broke 100+ feet wide. Photo: D. Zinn

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Northern Gallatin, 2024-02-28

From IG: This avalanche was from this morning (02/28). It was windy and the gully was likely wind-loaded. One video shows the debris and crown. The pin on the map (below) shows the location of the debris.

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Bridger Range, 2024-02-28

Where did the snow go? 50+ mph wind scoured the slopes near Bridger Peak. Photo: GNFAC

Southern Madison, 2024-02-27

We noted a relatively small avalanche on the wall of Sage Basin that failed naturally within the storm snow. Photo: GNFAC

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Cooke City, 2024-02-27

Riders N. of Cooke City saw a recent avalanche north of Scotch Bonnet that broke 100' and several feet deep. Photo: A. Marienthal

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Cooke City, 2024-02-27

Riders north of Cooke City saw a recent windslab that broke 14-16" deep, and 20' wide. Photo: A. Marienthal

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Cooke City, 2024-02-26

A group reported many avalanches on the northern aspect of Miller Ridge. Some had filled back in from wind drifted snow. Other crowns were crisp. Photo: J. Padilla

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Lionhead Range, 2024-02-26

Riders spotted this large avalanche on a west-facing aspect in Targhee Creek in the Lionhead area on Saturday. Photo: K. Stahl

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Northern Madison, 2024-02-25

Skiers intentionally triggered a small avalanche near the prayer flags in Bear Basin. This slope has avalanched previously this season. Photo: J Alford

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Cooke City, 2024-02-25

Skiers on West Woody Ridge triggered a wind-slab avalanche that failed 1 foot deep and 40 feet wide. The avalanche ran 300 feet. Photo: N. Dogg

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Cooke City, 2024-02-25

Skiers on West Woody Ridge triggered a wind-slab avalanche that failed 1 foot deep and 40 feet wide. The avalanche ran 300 feet. Photo: N. Dogg

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Cooke City, 2024-02-25

On 2/24/24: We saw a slide on the north end of Sheep Mtn. on a slope above the steep chute where people climb out of Goose Creek. This slide had not been reported previously and looked similar in age to the two triggered yesterday, so maybe broke naturally or human-triggered in last 24 hours. It broke near a scoured north facing ridgeline, 1-1.5' deep, 175' wide. HS-R3-D2-O. Photo: GNFAC

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Cooke City, 2024-02-25

On 2/24/24: We saw a slide on the north end of Sheep Mtn. on a slope above the steep chute where people climb out of Goose Creek. This slide had not been reported previously and looked similar in age to the two triggered yesterday, so maybe broke naturally or human-triggered in last 24 hours. It broke near a scoured north facing ridgeline, 1-1.5' deep, 175' wide. HS-R3-D2-O. Photo: GNFAC

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