Powder King Mountain Resort

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11/27
1-3" Snow
28°F
↓ Base
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30mph
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29°F
3,600ft
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30mph
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11/28
1-2" Rain/Snow
33°F
3,800ft
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30mph
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11/29
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Forecast Elev: 4,010ft Base Elev: 3,000ft Summit Elev: 5,020ft Updated: 7 minutes ago
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Last 24 Hours
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Last 5 Days
Resort Reported at Saturday Nov 27 @ 4:54am PST
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Resort Reported at Sat Nov 27
18°F
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10mph
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Mid-Mtn at Saturday Nov 27 @ 6:02am PST
32%
Area Open
12 of 37
Trails Open
2 of 3
Lifts Open
83"
Base Depth
Machine Groomed
Resort reported at Saturday Nov 27 4:54am PST
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Pine Pass
Pine Pass
Mackenzie Junction
Mackenzie Junction
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.

North Rockies

Avalanche Canada

Avalanche Danger
Considerable (3)
Valid Friday, Nov 26th 4:00pm PST 14 hours ago
Until Saturday, Nov 27th 4:00pm PST

The break from storms may not be long enough to explore new terrain. Watch for new reactive slabs as the next wave arrives this afternoon.

Storm slabs from the recent snowfall are settling, but remain sensitive to human triggers. 

The new snow and total snowpack are significantly deeper in the Pine Pass area than the rest of the region. Strong southwesterly winds and warm temperatures have made conditions quite variable depending on elevation and wind exposure.

Recent observations suggest treeline snow depths are around 80-140 cm with very little snow below 1400 m in much of the region except for the Pine Pass area which now has enough snow below treeline to avalanche.

A series of storms over the past few weeks delivered about 40-80 cm of snow, which sits above an early season crust(s). Reports indicate the snow has generally bonded well to the early season crusts. Exceptions may be shallow alpine slopes along the eastern side of the Rockies towards Jasper.

There is evidence that an avalanche cycle occurred in the north of the region during the storm. Avalanches ranged from size 1 to size 2.5, with the majority starting around treeline.

If you are getting out in the mountains, we strongly encourage people to share observations on the Mountain Information Network.

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