Observation Date: 03/19/2016

NW side of Point 6

Sunny and cold, warming mucho in the afternoon.

Light from the east.

New Snow: 12+”

Avalanche Activity:

Other Comments:
We dug a pit at the top of Evaro bowl, NW slope 7400 ft. The top 14″, which is the new snow from last week slid while isolating a CT column. Managed to isolate an ECT column in the same pit and had a ECTP 20 at 14″ below the surface. The interface was an old crust with the beginnings of a soft slab on top. We didn’t have a magnify glass to look for facets at the interface. I was able to get the new snow to move a bit while skinning to the pit below the road. Decided not to venture down onto the steeper parts of the slope. Northwest slopes were nicely filled in with the easterly winds, just needed something a little lower angle.

Observer: Ian M.