• The first video above outlines why user support is vital to the sustainability and growth of avalanche center forecasting programs.
  • Your avalanche, snowpack, and weather observations help keep the public informed and assist avalanche centers when generating forecasts. Have questions about what to include within an observation? The following video unpacks the nuts and bolts of “public observation” information (e.g. bullseye data, snowpit test) and what avalanche forecasters are looking for.

Been out recently? Have you seen anything you’d like to share? Please use the following form to submit your “Public Observation” for us to share here on the site. Thank you for your support!

If reporting an avalanche incident, we respect your right to privacy. We will never share you name or other personal information.

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Which problem did you observe?

Observed location, potential size, likelihood of triggering, and layer depth/date

Enter any other pertinent information below. This information may include: how steep was the terrain you rode/skied, which aspects or elevations did you ride on or try to avoid, how cautiously or aggressively did you travel, any additional observations not entered above, snowpit and stability test results, riding conditions, weather observations, or gut feelings.

You can upload up to six images. Descriptions are optional. Images will be resized on upload.

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Let us know how we can show your observation and photos. Even if your observation is marked as Public, your name, email and phone number will never be shared.