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4/12
0" Mostly Sunny
31°F
2,200ft
ENE 5mph
15mph
30%
0" Clear
11°F
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ENE 5mph
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4/13
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Forecast Elev: 5,900ft Base Elev: 1,680ft Summit Elev: 7,300ft Updated: 3 hours ago
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Resort Reported on Thu Apr 1
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Gnorm The Gnome (10" Tall @ 6,398ft)
Gnorm The Gnome (10" Tall @ 6,398ft)
Top Of Stoke (7,300ft)
Top Of Stoke (7,300ft)
Top Of Ripper (6,398ft)
Top Of Ripper (6,398ft)
Top Of Stellar (5,824ft)
Top Of Stellar (5,824ft)
Top Of Upper Gondola (5,558ft)
Top Of Upper Gondola (5,558ft)
Turtle Creek (1,772ft)
Turtle Creek (1,772ft)
Village (1,680ft)
Village (1,680ft)
Revelstoke Town (1,470ft)
Revelstoke Town (1,470ft)
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.

South Columbia

Avalanche Canada

Avalanche Danger
Moderate (2)
Valid Sunday, Apr 11th 4:00pm PDT 19 hours ago
Until Monday, Apr 12th 4:00pm PDT

The spring sun can pack a punch and quickly initiate loose wet avalanche activity on steep slopes. Be ready to back off as the snow surface becomes moist. Lingering wind slabs may remain reactive to human triggers on lee features at alpine and treeline elevations.

20-40 cm of well-settled recent snow has been wind affected at upper elevations. On North aspects in the alpine, the recent snow sits on dry wintery snow surfaces and possibly surface hoar on wind-sheltered slopes. Elsewhere, it sits on a series of melt-freeze crusts on all aspects below 1900 m and southerly aspects to mountain top. Reports indicate snow is bonding well at these interfaces.

The recent warm weather is expected to have helped old persistent weak layers heal, including a few crusts buried over the last month as well as a facet layer 150 cm deep from the mid-February cold snap.

Wind slabs have shown quite limited reactivity in the last couple of days, a few natural and ski cut size 1-1.5 were observed on Saturday and Sunday. On Friday, most activity in the recent snow was limited to loose dry sluffing.

A couple of recent natural cornice failures size 2.5 did not trigger slabs on slopes below. One entrained loose dry to size 2.

Neighboring Glacier National Park reported a few very large (size 3-4) glide slab releases on Thursday. Glide slabs are hard to predict and can release at any time so it is important to avoid slopes with glide cracks.

Last Tuesday, a natural size 3.5 wet slab was reported from an S-SW aspect at 2500 m to 1800 m along with numerous wet loose avalanches up to size 1. We can expect more activity like this in the heat this week.

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