In Glacier National Park, crevasses remain open, or only thinly bridged, in many areas where they are not typically a major concern by this time of year.
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With new snow covering the tracks, a decision has been made to reopen Macdonald West Winter Prohibited Area.
Read more Know the Winter Permit Area boundaries – UPDATED
Mount Revelstoke and Glacier national parks have reported new height of snow records set in Rogers Pass every day from Nov. 26 – 30, 2021. Parks wrote, “Know what that means? Safety, not skiing, is the top priority! Highway and avalanche control teams are working 24-7 to keep the national transportation corridor open and safe …
Read more Rogers Pass Sets New Snow records
Rogers Pass in Glacier National Park is a popular backcountry ski touring destination with an average of 10 m of snowfall a year. It is also home to the world’s largest mobile avalanche control program. This means that explosive artillery fire is regularly used on mountain slopes to protect highway and railway traffic from natural …
Read more Ski touring in Rogers Pass with the Winter Permit System
Rogers Pass is getting new breed of guidebook, built by a skier for skiers. Douglas Sproul, the publisher, is calling the third edition a new breed of guidebook.
Read more Rogers Pass Guidebook Third Edition Kickstarter
These poachers endanger not only their own lives, other groups, and everyone traveling on the highway. People need to respect these closures and stop the poaching.
Read more Glacier National Park needs 100% compliance!
Parks Canada officials are advising the public about the high avalanche risk in Glacier National Park.
Read more Parks Canada advises of High Avalanche Risk
If your planning to ski or board at Rogers Pass, the Winter Permit keeps out out of the line of fire. If you are skiing or boarding in Glacier National Park often, an Annual Winter Permit is your best option.
Read more Glacier National Park Winter Permit System
Powder is very special however in my opinion, it's never worth the price of life. Be safe and respect the safety of others.
Read more Respect Avalanche Closures you Poachers!