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, 2020-06-03

This year's report documents all the work we did this past winter. You can read or download a report HERE.

 

Cooke City, 2020-06-02

"...some wet slides from Tuesday/Wednesday (5/26-5/27) up W Fork Rock Creek." Photo: S. Magro

Northern Madison, 2020-05-21

A very large natural wet slab ran on the afternoon of 5/19 at the Yellowstone Club. Photo: D. McCabe

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Northern Madison, 2020-05-21

A very large natural wet slab ran on the afternoon of 5/19 at the Yellowstone Club. Photo: D. McCabe

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Northern Madison, 2020-05-21

A very large natural wet slab ran on the afternoon of 5/19 at the Yellowstone Club. Photo: D. McCabe

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Northern Madison, 2020-05-21

From (5/17/20): "...WS - ASu - R3 - D2 - I SE face of Middle Basin Peak starting at 10,000' Estimated SZ of 30° Slab depth of about 8". We were out too late in the day and chose to ignore a number of observational warnings. We were lucky and remotely triggered the avalanche below us."

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Northern Madison, 2020-05-21

From (5/17/20): "...WS - ASu - R3 - D2 - I SE face of Middle Basin Peak starting at 10,000' Estimated SZ of 30° Slab depth of about 8". We were out too late in the day and chose to ignore a number of observational warnings. We were lucky and remotely triggered the avalanche below us."

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Northern Madison, 2020-05-21

A very large natural wet slab ran on the afternoon of 5/19 at the Yellowstone Club. As seen from the top of Andesite today (5/20) Photo: H. Dougherty

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Northern Madison, 2020-05-21

A very large natural wet slab ran on the afternoon of 5/19 at the Yellowstone Club. As seen from the top of Andesite today (5/20) Photo: H. Dougherty

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Northern Madison, 2020-05-21

A very large natural wet slab ran on the afternoon of 5/19 at the Yellowstone Club. Photo: M. Feller

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Northern Madison, 2020-05-21

A very large natural wet slab ran on the afternoon of 5/19 at the Yellowstone Club. Photo: M. Feller

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Northern Madison, 2020-05-21

A very large natural wet slab ran on the afternoon of 5/19 at the Yellowstone Club. Photo: M. Feller

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Northern Madison, 2020-05-21

A very large natural wet slab ran on the afternoon of 5/19 at the Yellowstone Club. Photo: M. Feller

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Northern Madison, 2020-05-21

A very large natural wet slab ran on the afternoon of 5/19 at the Yellowstone Club. Photo: M. Feller

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Northern Madison, 2020-05-20

A very large natural wet slab ran on the afternoon of 5/19 at the Yellowstone Club. (Screenshot from the Y.C. Timberline chair webcam)

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Northern Madison, 2020-05-20

Noticed a very large avalanche off the East aspect of the club. Happened between 2 and 4pm and propagated across half the ridge. Photo: Tommy S

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Out of Advisory Area, 2020-05-05

From obs: "Here are a few snaps from yesterday (5/2/20), looking into the Absaroka from up on Emigrant. Fair bit of smaller, pockety wet slab activity in steep, rocky terrain near the middle/upper transition. I didn't see anything larger than D2 or any activity in true upper elevation terrain." Photo: B. VandenBos

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Out of Advisory Area, 2020-05-05

From obs: "Here are a few snaps from yesterday (5/2/20), looking into the Absaroka from up on Emigrant. Fair bit of smaller, pockety wet slab activity in steep, rocky terrain near the middle/upper transition. I didn't see anything larger than D2 or any activity in true upper elevation terrain." Photo: B. VandenBos

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Out of Advisory Area, 2020-05-05

From obs: "Here are a few snaps from yesterday (5/2/20), looking into the Absaroka from up on Emigrant. Fair bit of smaller, pockety wet slab activity in steep, rocky terrain near the middle/upper transition. I didn't see anything larger than D2 or any activity in true upper elevation terrain." Photo: B. VandenBos

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Out of Advisory Area, 2020-05-05

From obs: "Here are a few snaps from yesterday (5/2/20), looking into the Absaroka from up on Emigrant. Fair bit of smaller, pockety wet slab activity in steep, rocky terrain near the middle/upper transition. I didn't see anything larger than D2 or any activity in true upper elevation terrain." Photo: B. VandenBos

Link to Avalanche Details