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Bridger Range, 2022-04-06

A large drift on the Ramp just north of Bridger Bowl. Photo: GNFAC

Bridger Range, 2022-04-05

Drifts cracked and slid on steep rollovers north of Bridger Bowl. Photo: K Hammonds

Northern Madison, 2022-04-04

The Red X was the location of the upper skier, the Blue X was the initial location of the lower skier and the Green X is where the lower skier slid to. The black outline is the approximate dimensions of the slide.

Lionhead Range, 2022-04-04

We observed many wet snow avalanches in the Targhee Creek drainage near Lionhead Ridge that likely occurred between 3/26 and 3/29. Photo: GNFAC

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Lionhead Range, 2022-04-04

We observed many wet snow avalanches in the Targhee Creek drainage near Lionhead Ridge that likely occurred between 3/26 and 3/29. Photo: GNFAC

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Lionhead Range, 2022-04-04

We observed many wet snow avalanches in the Targhee Creek drainage near Lionhead Ridge that likely occurred between 3/26 and 3/29. Photo: GNFAC

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Cooke City, 2022-04-04

From email 4/3/22: "I noticed [this dry slab] this morning from town. I saw tracks on it yesterday afternoon (when we arrived) but didn’t notice the slide with naked eye, also super flat light yesterday afternoon... Looks like it could’ve been skier triggered, but maybe not, as there aren’t any tracks going through the path, must’ve been the last skier if that were the case.The debris can be spotted almost to the bottom of the bowl, so quite lengthy." Photo: P. Whitmire

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Northern Madison, 2022-04-03

An avalanche on Wilson Peak that caught two skiers and injured one on 4/3/22. Photo: GNFAC

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Northern Madison, 2022-04-03

Crown of an avalanche on Wilson Peak that caught two skiers and injured one on 4/3/22. Photo: GNFAC

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Northern Madison, 2022-04-03

Skier triggered avalanche on a sub-ridge of Wilson Peak that caught and injured a skier on 4/3/22.

Photo: GNFAC

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Bridger Range, 2022-04-03

From obs 4/2/22: "With the MSU Avy 2 class today. We dug 3 separate pits on the NE aspect off the top of Texas Meadows. Two pits had ECTX and one in between had an ECTP23 @ 55cm down failing on a persistent facet layer. Bottom half of the entire snowpack was still facets to the ground. Boot sunk to the ground once we reached that layer in the pit." Photo: C. Ellingson

Out of Advisory Area, 2022-04-02

Skier for scale next to the debris pile for a wet slide observed on 4/2/22. The slide appeared to be a few days old. Photo: H. Darby

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Out of Advisory Area, 2022-04-02

From obs: "Saw a big natural wet slide on the way to bell lake today, right before the trail and the road split. Went to the ground and looked like it took out some mature timber in the debris pile." Photo: H. Darby

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Cooke City, 2022-04-01

Natural slab avalanches in Sheep Creek north of Cooke City. These crowns were first observed the morning of 3/25/22 and likely occurred on 3/24. Photo from 3/30/22, GNFAC

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Northern Gallatin, 2022-03-31

We pulled the Flanders weather station in Hyalite Canyon. The road will close to vehicles from April 1 to May 15. Photo: GNFAC

Bridger Range, 2022-03-30

This natural wet, loose avalanche on the east face of Baldy Mtn in the Bridger Range likely released on March 27. Photo: B. Finch

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Bridger Range, 2022-03-30

This natural wet, loose avalanche on the east face of Baldy Mtn in the Bridger Range likely released on March 27. Photo: B. Finch

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Bridger Range, 2022-03-30

This natural wet, loose avalanche on the east face of Baldy Mtn in the Bridger Range likely released on March 27. Photo: B. Finch

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Cooke City, 2022-03-30

Skiers noted wet slab and wet loose avalanche activity on March 28th in the mountains near Cooke City. Photo taken March 30. Photo: B. Fredlund

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Cooke City, 2022-03-30

Skiers noted wet slab and wet loose avalanche activity on March 28th in the mountains near Cooke City. Photo was taken March 30. Photo: B. Fredlund

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