Don’t dream it’s over

Northwest Coastal

AvCan Northwest , Thursday 14th April, 2022 6:15PM

Today we sledded at Hanna-Tintina Ridge. Skies were clear and there was a light NE breeze. We saw one size 1.5 loose wet avalanche that probably occurred yesterday, from a steep, sunny ridgecrest at treeline. Otherwise, we saw no new avalanche activity. We found wind affected surface snow from the strong NE winds the past few days. In places the melt-freeze crust is exposed at the surface. We were surprised to find unaffected powder in sheltered areas between 1500m and 1700m. At lower elevations the snow became moist today. It’s our last day of posting MINs for the season! Thanks to everyone who has tuned in or shared their own observations to help us make this avalanche community better. We look forward to sharing with you all again next winter!

Snow conditions were: Powder, Wind affected. Weather conditions were: Sunny. We rode: Alpine slopes, Convex slopes, Dense trees, Mellow slopes, Open trees, Steep slopes, Sunny slopes. Riding quality was ok.