A Special Public Avalanche Warning for recreational backcountry users is in effect immediately
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Category: Snow Conditions
The warning applies to the following regions: North Rockies, Cariboos, North & South Columbia, Glacier National Park, Purcells, South Rockies and the Lizard Range.
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A powder storm is finally coming to our mountain playground! Get your boards waxed and make a plan to get out and enjoy. If you’re looking for a good snow coverage see Powder Canada’s Top 10 Powder Resorts. A frontal system approaching British Columbia is bringing moderate to heavy snow and winds to our mountains …
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We’re mid way into January and once again we’re looking at snowpack and where the best powder turns lie. We’re well into an average powder season and the question is, who has the most snow today? In this season’s Top 10 Powder Resorts Report, once again it’s no surprise that the top five resorts with …
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By Avalanche Canada Let’s set the Christmas Holiday scene. Much of the mountainous regions in western Canada are experiencing a persistent slab problem. So it’s a persistent slab – what’s the big deal? Image: Dec 15 Mountain Information Network post from Allen Creek of a size 2.5 persistent slab avalanche. Why don’t we start out …
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Powder is very special however in my opinion, it's never worth the price of life. Be safe and respect the safety of others.
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Weather patterns across North America have been abnormally fickle in recent years, with the jet stream snaking around and stalling out unpredictably, so, put a wish in your pocket, we could conceivably end up with a banner powder year.
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