North Rockies

Matt Stelmaschuk , Sunday 27th October, 2019 6:30PM

Skis on above 1400m. Rained to mountain top in the area during the previous storm. Temps cooled off in the latter part of the storm (Oct. 25th) creating a 5cm thick melt-freeze crust with 10cm of dry snow on top. This crust caps 30cm of moist snow. Add the previous strong winds and the snow depth at treeline is 45-80cm. Ski conditions were good to terrible over the variable snow cover. Lots of steep, shiny slopes out there.

Snow conditions were: Crusty, Wind affected, Powder. Weather conditions were: Cloudy, Sunny. We rode: Mellow slopes, Steep slopes, Sunny slopes. Riding quality was ok.


Loose wet activity out of steeps up to size 1.5


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Source: Avalanche Canada MIN