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Forecast Elev: 6,280ft Base Elev: 4,950ft Summit Elev: 7,610ft Updated: 10 hours ago
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Resort reported at Sunday Jan 24 @ 7:56am PST
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10°F
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Mid-Mtn at Sunday Jan 24 @ 2:10pm PST
81%
Area Open
115 of 142
Trails Open
9 of 10
Lifts Open
81"
Base Depth
Hard Pack
Resort reported at Sunday Jan 24 7:56am PST
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Snow report provided by SnoCountry
Griz Fresh Snow Cam
Griz Fresh Snow Cam
Lizard Bowl
Lizard Bowl
Lizard Bowl Bear's Den
Lizard Bowl Bear's Den
Cedar Bowl
Cedar Bowl
White Pass
White Pass
Morrissey Highway Cam - North
Morrissey Highway Cam - North
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.

Lizard Range and Flathead

Avalanche Canada

Avalanche Danger
Low (1)
Valid Saturday, Jan 23rd 5:00pm PST 21 hours ago
Until Sunday, Jan 24th 5:00pm PST

Low hazard still requires good decision making, especially in committing terrain. Remain cautious around cornices, shallow rocky alpine slopes or terrain where a small sluff or a thin wind slab avalanche could have large consequences. 

Alpine and upper treeline terrain is heavily wind affected with large regions of scoured surfaces, pockets of soft wind transported snow and pockets of hard wind slab in lee regions or ridge crests. A hard crust is found below 1900 m and increases in thickness with lower elevations. Surface hoar and near-surface faceting continues to develop with cold clear temperatures and is slowly softening these various hard surfaces and also weakening the bonds of cornices.  

A solid mid-pack sits above buried crust and facet layers near the bottom of the snowpack (150-200 cm deep). These deeper weaknesses are currently unreactive, but have periodically produced large avalanches in alpine terrain during intense storms.

No recent avalanches have been observed. However, cornices are growing fragile with continued cold conditions faceting their bonds. Cornices represent a significant hazard underfoot when travelling along ridge crests as well as when they threaten slopes overhead.

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