Tuesday, February 27th-You are likely to find soft slabs of new snow up to 12″ thick across multiple aspects and elevations. Conditions will be most sensitive above 7000′ on east-facing slopes. Newly buried weak layers (such as surface hoar and graupel) are creating dangerous avalanche conditions.
Check out our 2 Beacon Training Parks at Francis Wallace Parking Lot and Little Ski Hill.  A big thanks to the City of McCall LOT fund for providing funding for these great safety training stations. 


Sponsorship opportunities:
Each of the businesses above has generously donated to support PAC operations this year.  We offer basic sponsorships that get your business listed on our website and featured throughout the season on our social media posts as well as a limited number of daily sponsorships that feature a listing, link, and weekly exposure on the daily advisory, email, and in our social media posts.   If you would like to find out which option is best for your business and want to help support avalanche forecasting in the West Central Mountains for the 23/24 season, contact [email protected] for more information.  It’s a great way to get exposure for your company with our audience.


SUPPORT THE PAC – Your continued support is essential to keeping the PAC up and running. Find out about our new membership program and other ways to support local avalanche forecasting by reaching out to [email protected], or click the Donate button at the top of the page. Your contribution helps the PAC provide you with the info you need to be safe in the mountains.

***Submitting observations is another great way to support the PAC. It helps us as well as others see what you may only be seeing. It’s quick, easy, and posts instantly on our website. Every bit of info helps so click on submit an observation  Your submission also enters you into a monthly drawing for gear. Now that it is snowing, your observations are essential!

February 26 2024
West Mountain
February 26 2024
Sgts North of Brundage Resort
February 25 2024
Slab Butte
February 24 2024
Price valley
February 24 2024
Brundage Mountain (Sergeants peak)

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