Natural activity in the Boulders and S Sawtooths, in addition to the activity previously reported from N Sawtooths and Banner
|4||Past 48 hours||
pt 9885 Prairie Creek E/W fork divide
Mushroom Ridge SE face, 9500' to 9000'
|D2||N-Natural||Looks like a cornice drop into a gut on Mushroom, and two (or potentially one that spans around the trees between the higher crowns) further in along the summit ridge of Mushroom. See additional picture in media above.|
Cabin Peak, Sawtooths
|D3||N-Natural||One very large avalanche and a few smaller but still significant pockets that also released. Looks like it has stepped down deeper in places, 12/7?|
Very hard to say from pictures, but it looks like the avalanches in the Boulders and Smokies have not stepped down deeper and might just be the snow since 1/10 or potentially 12/31.
The one on Cabin Peak looks to have ripped deeper into the snowpack, maybe down to 12/7?