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Cooke City, 2024-02-25

On 2/24/24: We saw a slide on the north end of Sheep Mtn. on a slope above the steep chute where people climb out of Goose Creek. This slide had not been reported previously and looked similar in age to the two triggered yesterday, so maybe broke naturally or human-triggered in last 24 hours. It broke near a scoured north facing ridgeline, 1-1.5' deep, 175' wide. HS-R3-D2-O. Photo: GNFAC

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Cooke City, 2024-02-25

On 2/24/24: We saw a slide on the north end of Sheep Mtn. on a slope above the steep chute where people climb out of Goose Creek. This slide had not been reported previously and looked similar in age to the two triggered yesterday, so maybe broke naturally or human-triggered in last 24 hours. It broke near a scoured north facing ridgeline, 1-1.5' deep, 175' wide. HS-R3-D2-O. Photo: GNFAC

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Cooke City, 2024-02-25

On 2/24/24: We saw another slide on the north end of Sheep Mtn. on a slope above the steep chute where people climb out of Goose Creek. This slide had not been reported previously and looked similar in age to the two triggered yesterday, so maybe broke naturally or human-triggered in last 24 hours. It broke near a scoured north facing ridgeline, 1-1.5' deep, 175' wide. HS-R3-D2-O. Photo: GNFAC

 

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Cooke City, 2024-02-25

On 2/24/23 we got a pretty good look at the slides on Fisher Mtn. that were triggered yesterday. They appeared 2-3 feet deep, and the debris was very hard. Crowns were already at least half drifted in. Photo: GNFAC

Northern Gallatin, 2024-02-24

From obs: "Several small slabs pulled out above The Shimmy, left of Cleo's. Observed from across the valley while climbing the Dribbles. Did not observe them run, only saw the crowns. Unknown date of avalanches, but crowns were quite distinct from across the way." Photo: M. Zia

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Cooke City, 2024-02-23

Riders on 02/23/2024 saw an avalanche that appeared to of broken naturally. However, a rider on 02/23/2024 triggered a steep slope around the corner and could likely have remotely triggered this avalanche as well. Photo: D.Shelley

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Cooke City, 2024-02-23

A snowmobiler triggered a large avalanche on the north side of Fisher Mountain on 02/23/2024. He was caught and carried downhill but luckily was not buried. Photo: D.Shelley

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Cooke City, 2024-02-23

A snowmobiler triggered a large avalanche on the north side of Fisher Mountain on 02/23/2024. He was caught and carried downhill but luckily was not buried. Photo: D.Shelley

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Northern Madison, 2024-02-23

Riders triggered this pair of avalanches while crossing below this terrain, roughly 150 yards away. The location of the triggers is marked by the "x's" in the photo. Photo: M. Rolfson 

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Northern Madison, 2024-02-23

Riders triggered this pair of avalanches while crossing below this terrain, roughly 150 yards away. Photo: M. Rolfson 

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Northern Madison, 2024-02-23

Rider on 02/23/2024 observed this large avalanche next to another avalanche they had triggered remotely. They likely triggered this one as well from afar while cross terrain below. Photo: M. Rolfson

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Northern Madison, 2024-02-23

Riders on 02/23/2024 triggered this avalanche from 150 yards away while traversing below. Photo: M. Rolfson

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Northern Madison, 2024-02-23

Riders on 02/23/2024 triggered this avalanche from 150 yards away while traversing below. Photo: M. Rolfson

 

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Out of Advisory Area, 2024-02-22

Skiers on 02/21/2024 saw a few old crowns on a north-facing slope at 9000'. These probably happened sometime near the end of last week. Photo: W. Hubbard

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Cooke City, 2024-02-22

From obs: "Photo of an avalanche observed yesterday (2/21) on the SW face of Sawtooth Mountain at about 10,600’. Looks to be a few days old, but hard to tell since all skier traffic from the weekend has been erased with Tuesday’s wind/precip. If you look closely, you can see the crown extends across the entire face." Photo: A. Joy

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Southern Madison, 2024-02-22

Skiers on 02/22/2024 observed an old avalanche that appeared to of been natural that happened sometime last week near 02/15 -02/16. Photo: H. Bigos-Lowe

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Northern Gallatin, 2024-02-22

On 02/22/2024 we saw a natural avalanche in the Divide Cirque that probably happened late last week near 02/17/2024. Photo: GNFAC

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Northern Gallatin, 2024-02-22

On 02/22/2024 from the Divide Cirque we saw a natural avalanche near Overlook Mountain that probably happened late last week near 02/17/2024. Photo: GNFAC

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Bridger Range, 2024-02-21

This avalanche was noticed yesterday morning (2/20), possibly happened on 2/18-2/19, or early 2/20. Photo: GNFAC

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Bridger Range, 2024-02-21

This avalanche was noticed yesterday morning (2/20), possibly happened on 2/18-2/19. Photo: GNFAC

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