Jasper National Park, Alberta

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Danger Ratings Alpine Below Threshold Treeline Below Threshold Below Treeline Below Threshold Problems An icon showing Loose Wet

Loose Wet

An icon showing Cornices

Cornices

An icon showing Persistent Slabs

Persistent Slabs

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Wednesday April 21st Parks Canada, 12 hours ago Forecast Tuesday April 20th Parks Canada, 1 day ago Forecast Monday April 19th Parks Canada, 2 days ago Forecast Sunday April 18th Parks Canada, 3 days ago Forecast Saturday April 17th Parks Canada, 4 days ago Forecast Friday April 16th Parks Canada, 5 days ago Forecast Thursday April 15th Parks Canada, 6 days ago Forecast Wednesday April 14th Parks Canada, 1 week ago Forecast Tuesday April 13th Parks Canada, 1 week ago Forecast Cornice 1 week ago Observation skier trigger cornice failure 20ft away from edge of cornice. Caused a 10ft deep by 20ft long block to fall and started a size 2 avalanche. Potential for the cornice to sweep or suck more snow than what was hanging over the edge as cracking occurred beyond the edge. NW facing. 1 photos Monday April 12th Parks Canada, 1 week ago Forecast North Burn 1 week ago Observation We felt the burn today! Don't forget sunscreen like we did...The river was crossed easily with muck boots. NW slopes skied excellent. A pit dug at ~2050m was 165cm deep, with 20cm of fist snow atop bomber 100 cm four-finger to pencil snow, and 45cm of facets and depth hoar (2-4mm). CTN x2. Sunday April 11th Parks Canada, 1 week ago Forecast Saturday April 10th Parks Canada, 1 week ago Forecast Friday April 9th Parks Canada, 1 week ago Forecast Thursday April 8th Parks Canada, 1 week ago Forecast Thursday April 8th Parks Canada, 1 week ago Forecast

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