Avalanche Forecast

Issued: Apr 25th, 2024 4:00PM

The alpine rating is moderate, the treeline rating is low, and the below treeline rating is below threshold. Known problems include Wind Slabs.

Avalanche Canada RJ, Avalanche Canada


Watch for isolated pockets of wind slab in leeward alpine features.

New snow will improve ski quality but forecasted amounts are variable; if more snow falls than is expected, evaluate the changing conditions accordingly.




Avalanche Summary

No new avalanches observed or reported.

If you have any recent observations, please submit them to the Mountain Information Network.

Snowpack Summary

2-10cm of new snow has fallen on a surface crust that exists up to 2200m all aspects. Above 2200m 5-10cm dry snow sits on a supportive crust that exist up to 2600m on all aspects, and to mountain top on solar slopes. Strong upper and mid-pack, supportive to skis and boots. Lower snowpack consists of basal depth hoar.

Weather Summary

Mountain Weather Forecast is available at Avalanche Canada


Flurries (trace to 9cm). Ridge wind southeast: 10-20 km/h. Freezing level: 2400m.


Mainly cloudy with scattered flurries (trace to 5cm). Ridge wind southwest: 15-25 km/h. Freezing level: 2400m.


Cloudy with sunny periods and isolated flurries (trace). Ridge wind southwest: 15 km/h gusting to 45 km/h. Freezing level: 2300m.

Terrain and Travel Advice

  • Be carefull around freshly wind loaded features.


Wind Slabs

An icon showing Wind Slabs

Recent snow and wind has formed isolated windslabs in lee areas at ridgetop in the alpine.

Aspects: North, North East, East, North West.

Elevations: Alpine.



Expected Size

1 - 1.5

Valid until: Apr 26th, 2024 4:00PM