Welcome to the Bridger-Teton Avalanche Center, a comprehensive source for information and data regarding avalanche advisories, avalanche
events, weather, and snow data for the Bridger-Teton National Forest.
This wet slab avalanche was reported on May 1. It occurred on a north aspect of Peaked Mt. It may have released on April 30. Temperatures at 10,000 feet have been mostly above freezing since April 28.
Late yesterday afternoon, April 3, the Bonneville County Sheriff’s Department received a call that a snowmobiler was missing in an avalanche accident northeast of the Sheep Creek area in the Snake River Range. Rescuers made it to the accident scene yesterday evening and will return this morning to resume recovery efforts. Also this week, a snowboarder died in an avalanche on Mt. Taylor on April 1. These are tragic events, and our deepest condolences go out to the friends and families of these avalanche victims.
Due to the unexpected challenges involving Covid-19 and the overloading of our healthcare system, it is important to make conservative choices. Please make cautions decisions and efforts to avoid injuries. Thanks
This roof slide last night. No one was injured but it could have been tragic
This large slab avalanche was observed on a southeast aspect of Angle Mountain
Avalanche debris on the roadway in the Beaverslide avalanche path on the west side of Teton Pass. This avalanche was explosively triggered by the WYDOT