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Lessons From East Coast Avalanche
« on: 04/16/14, 09:43 AM »

I'd wanted to post this closer to the actual event but was unable to since I am a new member. Just moved to Portland from Boston and so I still read the Mt. Washington Avy reports when I can for some reason. Anyways, due to the similarities in snow pack and weather I thought I would pass along the detailed analysis of this recent and rare summit cone avalanche in New Hampshire.

http://www.mountwashingtonavalanchecenter.org/2014/03/31/southeast-snowfields-avalanche-saturday-3-29-2014/

Hope this is of interest and educational value.

also some good but also mindless banter about it on time for tuckerman

http://timefortuckerman.com/forums/showthread.php?t=15925&highlight=avalanche


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Re: Lessons From East Coast Avalanche
« Reply #1 on: 04/17/14, 11:25 AM »

Thanks! Welcome to TAY!
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