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Togwotee Pass on a SE facing aspect at 9,200’ Avalanche crown likely from January 14 Click image to view video

Just hearing about a full burial with a successful rescue in the Horse Creek Drainage in the Wyoming Range yesterday.

Large slab avalanche released at 2:46 pm on a south aspect of Mt Taylor. Not sure at this time if it was a natural event or if it was human triggered. Teton Co SAR is conducting reconnaissance efforts.

Very large deep persistent slab avalanche that released naturally on No Name Face yesterday. Crown looks to be 6 to 10 feet deep.

The black powder slide path in Hoback Canyon released naturally or possibly due to wildlife at about 4:30pm on January 14. It put 10 to 12 feet of avalanche debris on 200 linear feet of the roadway. A vehicle drove up on the debris and got stuck.

One vehicle caught in an avalanche that ran from Glory Bowl. A second avalanche released an hour later from the Twin Slides Avalanche path and put avalanche debris up to 10 feet deep on the roadway. So far no known injuries.