Tyax Lodge & Heliskiing

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11/27
0-1" Cloudy
29°F
3,300ft
SW 15mph
25mph
80%
1-2" Snow
29°F
5,200ft
SW 15mph
25mph
90%
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11/28
1-2" Snow
30°F
5,400ft
WSW 15mph
30mph
80%
0" Partly Cloudy
27°F
4,200ft
WSW 15mph
25mph
50%
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11/29
0" Partly Cloudy
27°F
3,800ft
SW 10mph
15mph
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25°F
3,800ft
SW 15mph
35mph
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0" Cloudy
31°F
5,000ft
SW 20mph
35mph
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31°F
5,500ft
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35mph
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31°F
5,200ft
SW 15mph
30mph
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23°F
3,400ft
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Forecast Elev: 6,250ft Base Elev: 3,000ft Summit Elev: 9,500ft Updated: 9 minutes ago
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Mid-Mtn at Saturday Nov 27 @ 7:00am PST
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Lillooet-Fountain Valley Cam - Northeast
Lillooet-Fountain Valley Cam - Northeast
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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 Coast Inland

Avalanche Canada

Avalanche Danger
Considerable (3)
Valid Friday, Nov 26th 4:00pm PST 15 hours ago
Until Saturday, Nov 27th 4:00pm PST

Please respect all restrictions on BC highways.

Recent snow may remain reactive where it sits over a weak layer. If you are increasing your exposure to avalanche terrain, do so gradually as you gather information. 

25-40 cm of recent snow may sit over a layer of crust or surface hoar. Strong winds have likely loaded recent snow into thicker slabs in lee terrain features.

A hard rain crust now sits around 40-60 cm below the surface, or shallower on windward slopes. Another rain crust exists near the bottom of the snowpack. Recent avalanche activity has been observed on these layers.

Average snowpack depths in the alpine are now 120-160 cm. Below treeline, depths of 30-40 cm have been reported around 500 m, decreasing dramatically with elevation, and still below threshold for avalanching in many areas.

Roadside (below treeline elevation) observations from near Pemberton include natural avalanches to size 1.5 and explosive triggered to size 2, running on buried crusts and to ground. We have received no reports from alpine or treeline elevations.

Thursday and Friday in the neighboring Sea to Sky region (which received greater snowfall amounts this week) large avalanches were observed sliding on recently buried surface hoar and deeper buried crusts. If a similar avalanche cycle has not already occurred at upper elevations in the inland region, further loading by subsequent storms, warming temperatures or human triggers could initiate avalanche activity on these layers.

Reports in the region remain limited. If you go out in the mountains, please post your observations and/or photos to the Mountain Information Network!

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