Entries by Frank Carus

Eastern Snow and Avalanche Workshop, Nov. 5

Join us for the 6th Annual ESAW on Saturday, November 5th. ESAW gathers some of the great minds of snow science and avalanche forecasting to build on past concepts and stimulate new ideas to further our understanding of avalanches. We will kick off the event with pre-registration and vendor displays at International Mountain Equipment Friday […]

General Bulletin for Sunday, May 15, 2016

Below freezing temperatures overnight tonight will drop further on Monday, eventually reaching the mid-teens on Monday night. As a result, trails above tree-line will become icy again so don’t forget your micro-spikes. Snowfields and slopes will refreeze at some point today and likely remain rock solid Monday and Tuesday making crampons and an ice axe essential tools as the refreeze occurs.