Issued: May 5th, 2023 4:00PM
The alpine rating is, the treeline rating is , and the below treeline rating is
Spring has sprung and daily avalanche forecasting is done. Check the details section for helpful weather and condition links.
Hikers and scramblers: many trails remain snow-covered and many popular trails are exposed to avalanche terrain. Adhere to safety signage at trailheads or check conditions with information centers or the trail report.
Check the Avalanche Canada map page for any recent local MINs (mountain information network) or for MCRs click here: mountain condition reports.
Even though it is spring, we can still get winter-like storms with corresponding storm slab and wind slab avalanche problems. The deep persistent problem persists and we will likely continue to see large deep avalanches with heating, rain, or large triggers, such as cornice failures.
Click here for a description of the four spring scenarios you're most likely to encounter and some tips on how to manage each scenario.
Check the Avalanche Canada map page for any recent local MINs (mountain information network) or MCRs (or click directly mountain condition reports).
For recent weather, see the telemetry stations on the Avalanche Canada map page.
For forecasted weather, check out Mountain Weather Forecast for a synopsis or Environment Canada regional forecasts.
Valid until: May 31st, 2023 4:00PM