Tuckerman Ravine. The hard wind slab is manageable on skis but ice axe and crampons are reassuring even on lower angle parts of the terrain.
The avalanche debris in lower snowfields and the bottom of Hillman’s is navigable and slowly filling in.
Huntington Ravine. The hard windslab is providing a excellent surface for cramponing. Ice fall is starting to show up in the bottom and will continue to be a problem as temperatures increase.
Pinnacle & Odell
Yale & Damnation
Multiple large chunks were observed in the floor this morning. Remember overhead hazards while making travel choices as the temperatures warm up.
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The Mount Washington Avalanche Center is a partnership between the White Mountain National Forest, White Mountain Avalanche Education Foundation and Friends of Tuckerman Ravine and other community organizations. The avalanche forecast applies only to backcountry areas, not operating ski areas, and describes general avalanche conditions which vary locally. The avalanche information provided is the sole responsibility of the USDA Forest Service.