- Date Issued
- Monday, January 24, 2022
- Valid Until
- Tuesday, January 25, 2022
- Prepared by
Travel and Terrain Advice
- In areas where deep persistent slabs may exist, avoid shallow or variable depth snowpacks and unsupported terrain features.
- If you are increasing your exposure to avalanche terrain, do it gradually as you gather information.
- Watch for signs of instability like whumpfing, hollow sounds, shooting cracks or recent avalanches.
- Avoid terrain traps where the consequence of any avalanche could be serious.
- A moist or wet snow surface, pinwheeling and natural avalanches are all indicators of a weakening snowpack.