Mount Washington Avalanche Center posted 3 photos.
10 hours ago
The snow structure is still suspect in wind loaded terrain on the east side. We observed only limited cracking yesterday in the most wind sheltered area (Little Headwall) but the upside down nature of the snow has us moving one at a time and taking a hard look at obstacles in our runout. It’s not an entirely stable snowpack yet! Pic 1 is from Tuesday prior to another similar storm. Pic 2 shows the layered of round, times particles that are helping create smooth shears in stability tests. Pic 3 shows wind scoured debris from Left Gully that avalanched late Thursday. Hillmans and Left have filled their paths with debris to the point of overflowing. #areyoubeeping #kbyg #tuckerman #avalanche ... See MoreSee Less
Snow structure suspect in wind loaded terrain, upside down nature of snow, layered of round, times particles?? Is there a glossary?
10 hours ago
I'm not a fan of cold, although I live in New England year round. I love this page cuz you folks make cold and "encased in snow and ice" look wicked beautiful. :-)
Gorgeous! Thank you for sharing this photo.
A gift from our Creator!!!
Beautiful, thank you OBS.
Wow breath taking
2 days ago
Clarification: The photos of hikers on the Knife Edge posted earlier today were taken from an Army National Guard helicopter, not from a drone as many have questioned. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for the clarification. Impressive pics! Thanks!!!
Great photos thank you
Yes, if you look down in the left hand corner you will see pilot Jon Campbell's signature.
Alpine Endeavors added 2 new photos.
1 week ago
Tim and I linked up Wildcat and Viola ravines for an epic day! The ice is really good and the weather may have it getting even better. ... See MoreSee Less
Wow, solid heady leading, PRO
Looks very steep!