Photos From the Field
|Photo Date||Advisory Date||Caption|
|Football Field Avalanche||Mar 20, 2012||
This avalanche happened sometime Monday (3/19) night or very early Tuesday (3/20) morning. The debris ran far into the relatively flat terrain below the cliffs. The powder cloud/air...
|Argentina Bowl to Pinnacles Avalanche||Mar 20, 2012||
|NRCS SW MT Basins SWE Percentages||Mar 20, 2012|
|Sunlight Basin Avalanche||Mar 19, 2012||
My partner and I triggered this slide from the ridgetop. We heard a huge collapse and watched cracks propagate alonfg the ridge before avalanching the cornices and slope below. The...
|Beaver/Lightening Creek Avalanche||Mar 19, 2012||
This photo was taken from the Wilderness Boundary looking into the head of Beaver Creek. This continuous crown line was very, very long and likely broke sometime this morning. Photo: GNFAC...
|Ernest Miller Ridge||Mar 19, 2012||
This climax avalanche on the east face of Ernest Miller Ridge ran full path. This likely released early Sunday (3/18). Ernie Miller is located to the west of Bacon Rind in the...
|West Side Bridger Bowl Natural Avalanche||Mar 18, 2012||
This avalanche was on the west side of the Bridger Range on a path called Saint Lawrence. It broke at the ground and ran over 1,000 vertical feet. Photo: P. Carse
|West Side Bridger Bowl Natural Avalanche_Starting Zone||Mar 18, 2012||
This avalanche happened last night (Sat, 3/17). Starting point in upper left of red line which denotes the crown. It broke at the ground. Photo: L. Watson
|West Side Bridger Bowl Natural Avalanche_Track||Mar 18, 2012||
The debris ran almost full track. It measures over 1,000 feet vertical. Photo: L. Watson
|Avalanche - Two Top||Mar 18, 2012||
This slide occurred on the trail leading to Two Top outside of West Yellowstone. Over two feet of heavy snow has fallen in this area over the past week producing widespread natural and human...