1. "...a fresh avalanche observed out there today. A south aspect around 9400', estimated to be 2-3' deep and 75' wide. Also observed 2 thinner wind slab avalanches that also ran naturally within the last 48 hrs, and were both about 1' deep and 50' wide. One was a SE aspect, and one was a North aspect." See attached photo Natural avalanche 2-3' deep.
2. "We’ve seen many instances of cracking and wind slab breaks the past two days riding in Cooke, most happened as we sledded past or down the slope. The 1st and 2nd photo are 4” deep breaks at most. The last photo/slide we observed today, S facing slope, not sure how it was triggered, a foot deep crown at most." See attached photos Small 1' deep, Human triggered 1&2.