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Bridger Range, 2022-01-16

A view of Sacajewea Peak from the Fairy Lake road. Evidence of winds are seen on the right shoulder of the peak. Photo: GNFAC

Bridger Range, 2022-01-16

Slopes on Hardscabble Peak in the northern Bridger Range show bare slopes that got blown clean by wind. Photo: GNFAC

Bridger Range, 2022-01-16

In the northern Bridger Range we dug a pit at 8700 feet on a north facing slope before skiing the chute into the basin. Our stability tests did not break and all evidence pointed to a LOW danger. Photo: GNFAC

Lionhead Range, 2022-01-16

Riders reported on 1/15/22: "Some surface hoar is forming on nearly every aspect at all elevations. over 1 cm thick in some areas." Photo: B. Rasmussen

Lionhead Range, 2022-01-16

Riders reported on 1/15/22: "Some surface hoar is forming on nearly every aspect at all elevations. over 1 cm thick in some areas." Photo: B. Rasmussen

Cooke City, 2022-01-16

Settlement rings around the base of trees near Cooke City, January 15, 2022. Photo: B. Fredlund

Northern Madison, 2022-01-15

Large cornices in 2nd Yellowmule on Buck Ridge. 1/13/22. Photo: GNFAC

Southern Madison, 2022-01-14

Seen 1/14/22, R1-D2 on west aspect at 9,500'. Photo: GNFAC

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Southern Madison, 2022-01-14

Avalanche that is likely 5-7 days old in Sunlight Basin, Taylor Fork, southern Madison Range. Photo taken 1/14/22 by GNFAC

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Southern Madison, 2022-01-14

Avalanche that is likely 5-7 days old in Sunlight Basin, southern Madison Range. Photo taken 1/14/22 by GNFAC

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Southern Madison, 2022-01-14

Avalanche that is likely 5-7 days old in Taylor Fork, southern Madison Range. Photo taken 1/14/22 by GNFAC

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Bridger Range, 2022-01-14

Natural avalanche near Fairy Lake. Observed 1/13/22, likely broke several days prior. Photo: N. Crews

Southern Madison, 2022-01-14

Avalanches on Red Mountain. Photo taken 1/13/22. Likely broke around 1/8/22. Photo: M. Standal

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Cooke City, 2022-01-13

A cornice collapse likely triggered this large natural avalanche on 27 Dec 2021. The crown was 4-6' deep. Photo: S. Culotta

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Southern Madison, 2022-01-13

A group in Cabin Creek saw a very large crown from an avalanche that occurred on the east aspect of Sage Peak last weekend (1/7 or 1/8). Photo: Anonymous

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Island Park, 2022-01-12

Ian Hoyer stands in the 7 foot deep snowpit we dug to look at layering and stability. Stability was good. We dug at 9300' off the Sawtelle Peak Road to keep tabs on stability since we put out warnings and basic information for this area on our Trip Planning page. Photo: GNFAC

Northern Gallatin, 2022-01-11

Looking up at the Fat Maid from Maid of the Mist basin. Strong winds over the last week have scoured the alpine, exposing lots of rock. Photo: GNFAC

Bridger Range, 2022-01-11

Strong wind over the last week created this surface texture in the Bridger Range. Photo: T. Allen

Lionhead Range, 2022-01-11

A wind swept ridgeline at the head of Targhee Creek near Lionhead. 1/11/22. Photo: GNFAC

Lionhead Range, 2022-01-11

Cornices along Lionhead Ridge. 1/11/22. Photo: GNFAC