For those of us who stick to groomed ski trails, the avalanche danger is minimal but there are a few trails where it could happen. Redearth Creek at 3.7K and 4.7K. Normand also made this observation…
The Lake Louise trail report indicates “20 cm of fresh snow overnight.” For those of us who stick to groomed ski trails, the avalanche danger is minimal but there are a few trails where it could happen.
I had reached my turnaround point. The return trip is mostly downhill and fast, so I was changing jackets, adding a toque, buff, and mitts, when Santa came skiing
Chuck took this photo today of Jeannette staring at the wall of snow which is blocking her path on Redearth Creek. My caption would be… ….and dinner is waiting for me at Shadow Lake Lodge!
This photo which I took on March 9 shows the avalanche path but not the recent avalanche. This update is from the Kicking Horse Ski Club: The slide path got dropped on Sunday! We have up to 30’ of snow & debris blocking the summer walking trail. It did reach…
No sooner were Hugh and Pete commenting about avalanche danger on Lake O’Hara fire road, and I received a photo and a report re Redearth Creek. It’s very unusual to experience an avalanche on a groomed xc ski trail, but Redearth Creek is one trail where they do occur,
“A man in his 30’s was killed as a result of trauma that happened going through the trees. He was pronounced dead at the scene.”
Wishing the bear family a safe journey into hibernation Kananaskis Public Safety(KPS) reports the Black Prince area is closed until further notice due to a denning grizzly bear and her 3 cubs. All access restricted.
“Trees up to 14 in thick were broken off and tossed like matchsticks…” We don’t usually see avalanches on the trackset trails in Kananaskis. Kananaskis Public Safety has