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Northern Bighorns

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February 12th, 2019

The following information is an average report of elevations above or around 9000 feet.

Latest Storm: January 31st, 2019.

Previous Snow Depth: 36 inches

Current Snow Depth: 51 inches

Snow Quality: Warm temps, atrocious winds, and traffic has made the snow go from amazing to meh. Stick to the trees and look for untracked meadows. Avy danger is still high due to the extreme temp swings and a weak faceted layer.

Avalanche Conditions: Extremely high. Cold, new snow, and wind make the slopes extremely unstable. Use caution. We suggest staying in the trees till the snowpack is stable.

Report Summary (February 12th): I have seen better snow conditions for sure, with that said, with this snow you have to explore, keep an open mind, and get creative. If you can’t have fun in this inconsistent snow then you may want to watch a few more of our videos! Be safe, be creative, and get out there and explore new zones while the snow is set up!

Source: Bald Mtn NWCC Snotel

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Snow Depth

2018-2019 Snow Accumulation in the Bighorns.

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Togwotee Pass

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The following information is an average report of elevations above 9000 feet.

Latest Storm: January 21, 2019

Previous Snow Depth: 42 Inches

Current Snow Depth: 53 inches

Snow Quality: Light, fluffy, and wind blown on the flats.

Avalanche Conditions: High.

Report Summary: Reports of great snow in the trees and north facing slopes.

Source: Togwotee Pass NWCC Snotel

Snow Depth

2018-2019 Snow Accumulation at Togwotee

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Snowy Range

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Snowy Range

The following is an average report of elevations above 9000 feet.

Latest Storm: January 21, 2019

Previous Snow Depth: 57 inches

Current Snow Depth: 75 inches

Snow Quality: Good base, fresh snow, but a little windblown on the flats but still some of the best snow in the country.

Avalanche Conditions: High.

Report Summary: Pretty exciting start for the Snowy Range. A base is starting to form and the weather forecast looks promising.

source: Med Bow NWCC Snotel

Snow Depth

2018-2019 Snow Accumulation for the Snowy Range

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