CMH Bobbie Burns

British Columbia Canada

Forecast Point 7,451 ft • 51.0182, -117.124

    Avalanche Forecast

    Avalanche Forecasts are for use by experienced backcountry travelers in uncontrolled sidecountry and backcountry terrain. These forecasts and conditions do not apply to open, in-bounds terrain at ski resorts, which is subject to avalanche control by local resort ski patrol.

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    Warning! This is an outdated forecast.

    Valid Sun Apr 28 4:00pm PDT 1 month ago Until Fri May 31 4:00pm PDT

    We've concluded our regularly updated forecasts, but avalanche hazards can continue well into spring. The Spring Conditions page provides mountain travel guidance over the coming weeks.

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    To get the complete forecast with additional graphics and details, please view the Avalanche Canada Zone forecast provided by Avalanche Canada .

    Snowpack Discussion

    The snow surface likely consists of a mix of hard melt-freeze crust and dry snow depending on aspect and elevation. Sun-exposed slopes may undergo daily melting and freezing whereas northerly alpine slopes could remain dry with potential slabs.

    Above around 2000 m, weak faceted grains associated with hard melt-freeze crusts may be found in the middle and bottom of the snowpack. There is potential for these layers to reawaken under periods of intense or prolonged warming or rain.

    For more spring travel resources, check out the forecasters’ blog.