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After a fitful but early start, winter is taking a solid hold on higher elevation terrain. Snow is beginning to fill in the windswept alpine zone and the mercury is dipping well below the zero mark. Snowfields are growing in size while boulder strewn gullies, cliffs and trees are beginning to be covered by wind-blown snow. All this adds up to conditions which can produce enough snow to build wind slab avalanches along with the bed surfaces needed for the avalanches to slide on.

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NEWS FROM MWAC

Fellow avalanche forecaster Julie Leblanc comes to us from north of the border and Avalanche Quebec. Serving the Chic-Choc Mountains of Quebec’s Gaspe Peninsula, Avalanche Quebec is the only avalanche center in eastern Canada. For those counting, that makes two in eastern North America when combined with the Mount Washington Avalanche Center. Julie brings a […]