Avalanche activity reported around the Dribbles/Avalanche Gulch area. From today's advisory: Wind-loading over the last 36 hours has changed the stability for the worse. Avalanches were reported yesterday: a small natural slide at the head of Truman Gulch in the Bridger Range, a natural slide up Hyalite in an ice filled gully appropriately named “Avalanche Gulch”, and nearby, a small wind slab was triggered by an ice climber. Strong and gusty winds coupled with new snow will create dangerous avalanche conditions throughout southwest Montana. Winds are blowing at the ridgetops and also cross-loading slopes at mid elevations. I expect more natural avalanche activity today on wind-loaded slopes. Get the full advisory here: http://www.mtavalanche.com/advisory/13/12/10 More to follow.
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Todays Avalanche Danger