Recreational Observation

N.- N.W. facing 2800' to 6000'

March 11, 2017, 11:33 a.m. PST

Weather: Broken clouds , sun , Wind on ridge approx. 20 - 25 mph. from west. Above freezing at 2800 , 30 deg. @ 6000'.

Snowpack: Powder at upper 3500 ft. transitioning to heavy and wet at bottom. Boot top to occasional face shots . Lower elev. snow surface refreezing in afternoon . Up to 3' ski pole pen.

Area Description: Delancy Ridge vicinity .N.C.Hwy 20

Avalanches: Many loose wet point triggering storm snow realeases , Starting from E.- SE high elev. rock and cliff faces propagating in width and running to valley floors. 100-200m. wide in deposition zones. This was the only aspect reacting. As common and wide spread as the eye could see. No visible crowns.

Observation by SKIER-X

Latitude: 48.636264

Longitude: -120.536516

Did you see any avalanches? Yes

Did you trigger any avalanches? No

Was anyone caught in an Avalanche? No