South Coast Inland, British Columbia

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Wednesday April 21st Avalanche Canada, 12 hours ago Forecast Tuesday April 20th Avalanche Canada, 1 day ago Forecast Monday April 19th Avalanche Canada, 2 days ago Forecast Sunday April 18th Avalanche Canada, 3 days ago Forecast Saturday April 17th Avalanche Canada, 4 days ago Forecast Friday April 16th Avalanche Canada, 5 days ago Forecast Hot tharbage 5 days ago Observation Toured up Thar, left early but still found all aspects other than N were hot sludge by 9am. Despite the clear nights the broader warming pattern meant the pack clearly didn't get much of a freeze. Would expect this to only get worse as the high pressure remains. Hot tharbage 5 days ago Observation Toured up Thar left early but still found all aspects other than N were hot sludge by 9am. Despite the clear nights the broader warming pattern meant that the pack clearly didn’t get much of a freeze. Would expect this to only get worse as the high pressure remains. Schmooey Steep Creek 6 days ago Observation “It’s good to be out,” “I’ve had worse,” these were some of the things we said to each other this afternoon. After two days of finding great riding at upper elevations it was much warmer today. Last night’s re-freeze was quite weak. 3 photos Mount Breakenridge 6 days ago Observation Whumpfing observed at 1550m at 2:30 pm on an E facing slope. 2 photos Thursday April 15th Avalanche Canada, 6 days ago Forecast Fat Dog Trail 6 days ago Observation Test Pit at 2020m: CTH 27 (RP) down 25 on 2mm rounded grains on top of MFcrust (1cm thick) At 1900m, HS ranging from 150 on windward south aspect to 320 on lee side north aspects. 1 photos Wednesday April 14th Avalanche Canada, 1 week ago Forecast Zoa 1 week ago Observation Temp hovering around -3 on arrival. Started the day on hard sun affected crust. Skied Zoa north facing aspects which showed no signs of instability. No observations of natural avalanches. Ski conditions better than expected. Bluebird skies all day! 1 photos Tuesday April 13th Avalanche Canada, 1 week ago Forecast Early bird gets the turns 1 week ago Observation Early start in anticipation of warm daytime temps. Good overnight freeze meant we were thankful for ski crampons. We saw several small loose wet avalanches on steep sunny slopes from the last day or two. 3 photos Monday April 12th Avalanche Canada, 1 week ago Forecast Lyall Style Couloir 1 week ago Observation Great skiing in good stability. Latest storm brought around 15 cms ( did not have any ruler to measure) Freezing level was 1500 m as forecasted. Some other lines on the same aspect had some sluffing; our line did not. Sun was intense, bring sunscreen... 3 photos 10k cabin coquihalla 1 week ago Observation High mark turned into slide on leeward slope, likely wind slab 2 photos Zoa 1 week ago Observation Fun day on zoa. Quite warm skinning up the pipeline, surface snow was starting to get wet. Could see some point releases from below cliffs on solar aspects. Around 11:00 clouds started to roll in keeping temperatures at the summit of Zoa below freezing. 1 photos Chief Paschall Wind slabs 1 week ago Observation Numerous skier triggered size 1 wind slabs on North facing aspects of Chief Pascal and Joffree Shoulder observed today. Sunday April 11th Avalanche Canada, 1 week ago Forecast Steep Creek Pow & Crusts 1 week ago Observation Ski cut top of a steep pinch point in a long chute and the recent storm snow released on a prominent sun crust. 1 photos Needle North Bowl 1 week ago Observation A skier released a size 1 on a north facing and somewhat convex slope (approximate 35 to 40 deg). The skier was able to ski out of the avalanche to safety. Low density storm snow failed on the underlying crust (elevation: 1600 m). 1 photos Chilliwack River Valley 1 week ago Observation Skier accidental size 1.5 N aspect @ 1680m in a cross loaded gully feature. Hard slab w/ 15-20cm crown propagated from above second rider, and ran close to 200m down slope. Rider managed to escape the slab and hold in safety, riding the bed surface the remainder of the run. Saturday April 10th Avalanche Canada, 1 week ago Forecast Zoa Ridge Pipeline 1 week ago Observation At junction of Zoa Pipeline and Falls Lk Trail, caught an edge on the top of a buried sign and did major damage on one of my bases. 1 photos Friday April 9th Avalanche Canada, 1 week ago Forecast The dome Steep peak saddle 1 week ago Observation Avalanche observation by fhinckley16, seen near South Coast Inland, reported on Thu 8th Apr, 2021 3:45PM 2 photos Thursday April 8th Avalanche Canada, 1 week ago Forecast

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