The Alaska Avalanche Information Center here with a special report thanks to the Alaska Department of Public Safety and Country Legends 100.9. The recent snow storm that dumped more than two feet of snow in Hatcher Pass proves winter is not over yet. This storm increased avalanche danger to considerable with more mixed rain and […]Read More
Monthly Archives: April 2019
Avalanche Season is NOT over!
Many may have been fooled by our false spring. Please folks, avalanche season is not over yet! This latest storm dropped a lot of heavy, wet snow and natural avalanches are happening every where. Stay alert and always watch for what is above you! Have a safe spring.Read More
We need your help to make avalanche bulletins work better for you!
Simon Fraser University – Avalanche Canada is conducting a survey to determine how to improve avalanche bulletins. Alaska has remained one of the top states in the nation for avalanche injuries and fatalities. We want to be effective in sharing information and helping backcountry travelers assess avalanche conditions and terrain. We need your help to make […]Read More
4.4.19 Snow and Trail Report
Hey snow lovers! The Alaska Avalanche Information Center here with your weekly winter fun report thanks to Kendall Toyota and Q99.7. Early spring has the mountains shedding. This weekend it looks like our long stretch of sun is about to give way to a mix of rain and snow. Forecasters are predicting cooler night […]Read More