They call it AMR

CBACCBAC Observations

Date of Observation: 01/11/2023
Name: Evan Ross

Zone: Northwest Mountains
Route Description: Couple laps in AMR. North, 10,000ft to 11,500ft

Observed avalanche activity: No

Weather: Continuous snow through the morning hours and starting to taper off in the early afternoon. Strong NW winds and lots of snow transport. Poor visibility.

Snowpack: Measured about 40 to 45cm of new snow in an old skin track. I’d assume that track was put in yesterday. A couple of different storm interfaces in the upper snowpack, with layers of lower-density snow and grapple. Cracking in the upper snowpack become more abundant as we entered NTL elevations or in areas with wind-affected snow. We skied slope angles around 35 degrees and didn’t otherwise encounter anything notable.