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|Miner Lake.jpg||182k||1-10-08||Slid across the trail to Rock Island lake in the Miner Lake drainage of the Big Hole basin. To put into perspective, the log in the bottom right frame is about 3 feet in diameter and 30 feet long. Photo by Jeanette Robertson|
|SkiCutNoNameBowl.jpgerthoud Slide.jpg||75k||1-10-08||Ski cut that triggered a shallow slide in No Name Bowl near the Park City Ridgeline. Photo by Kurt Knisely|
|http://www.don-lindsay-archive.org/odds/||Link||1-10-08||Canadian Pacific Railway avalanche photos at Rogers Pass from 1935. Courtesty of Don Lindsay|
|Fortress access Rd Mt James Walker.jpg||143k||1-10-08||Fortress access Rd Alberta Canada. Photo by James Walker|
|Berthoud Slide.jpg||188k||1-22-07||Berthoud Pass, Colorado. First in a group of 4 triggered this 300' wide 1-4' slab. Skier (pictured) luckily dropped through the slab onto the rocks near the fracture. Photo by Jim Daus|
|Avalancha ST.jpg||147k||9-14-06||Triggered, controlled avalanche. Valle Nevado, Chile. Santa Terresa Area
Photo by Gregg Henderson
|PICT0598.JPG||112k||11-09-05||Avalanche at Berner Oberland (Jungfrau) Switzerland Photo by Joseph M. Harris III|
Avalanche at Pikes Peak, CO. Three buried. Were dug out by friends. Lost all
Skier triggered slide on Berthoud Pass, 2nd Creek access
Image of avalanche near Wildhorse BC. 1 fatality and 1 broken back. Harry Sims
| looking down
Mike Baker was caught and partially buried on a snowmobile while climbing a small hill at
Copper Creek, Lincoln, MT on 3/2/02. His friends dug him out.
Avalanche on Navajo Peak, Chelan County, Washington where one snowmobiler was killed on 12/17/03. Avalanche started around the 6800 foot level and ended at about the 5400 foot level. Bill Quistorf Snohomish County Search and Rescue
KELLOGG, Idaho Snowmobilers Neal Houn and Greg Lanja out run a 20-foot wall of snow in full view of a friend's video camera.
This is what happens when you build a chalet in the path of an avalanche. The chalet belonged to a local mayor who, quite sensibly, rented it to tourists. The Pyrenees had a very snowy winter which resulted in this chalet, plus several cars, being shunted down the mountainside by a slide at the start of February 2003. No-one was in the chalet at the time but two people in the car-park below were buried but rescued without much harm by the local piste patrol and mountain police.
It is the second time a chalet has been hit at this location.
I was watching these 3 guys climbing to the top of the next valley to ski to Stuben, in the Austrian Alps. This resort is on the back side of St.Anton.
The avalanche released
5-10 seconds before the photo was taken. Matt Jackson Norwich, England
Here are some photos
of Path #2 which affects Shames Mountain Ski Area access road in Terrace,
BC. The avalanche was initiated by helicopter control. It produced a size
3.5 avalanche that blocked the road. Steve Brushey
How a "Old"
snowranger does avalanche control work. Photo of me skiing on control
work - easy day not much action. Kenneth
E. White, Vice-President
Images from Joe Shortt
B+W controlled slide in Telluride Co. HUGE for more info or large prints email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.blacklightphoto.com. Eric Limon Copyright
Photo from Park City Mountain, Utah. The crown was about 3 feet and flanks were about 5 feet. Photo by Ben Mackay
|lavina.jpg||94k||1-24-01||Avalanche falling down through the North Face of Pik Lenina (7134 m above sea level). Altitude difference between Camp1 (4200 m, the photo was taken from there) and summit is about 3000 m. Photo by Jan Pala, Czech Republic|
|26avalanche.jpg||65k||12-26-00||Avalanche on Mt. St. Elias, St. Elias Range, AK 1997 . Photo by Paul Sharwell|
A nice slab that fell on one of the most popular ski runs in Vitosha Mountain, Bulgaria. Photo by Momchil Panayotov
|dumpage.jpg||45k||4-17-00||Slide on the Seward Highway, AK about to hit tidewater. Photo by Terry Onslow|
|3-Apr-00||Cornice control avalanche, Cariboo Mts. B.C.Photos by Brad White|
|Mvc-008f.jpg||50k||14-Mar-00||Large slide that killed a bulldozer operator 8 miles north of Girdwood, AK. The dark spot in the center is where the D-6 came to a rest. Photo by Kurt Troyer|
|121.jpg||50k||28-Feb-00||huge avalanche in Karakorams (May 1988)|
|rime_plus2.jpg||47k||11-Jan-00||Rime ice? What Rime ice?|
|Mvc-025f.jpg||29k||11-Jan-00||Jim Kennedy sends a shot towards Alyeska's Glacier Bowl cornice as Veatch and Descutner watch.|
|highmrk2.jpg||80k||30-April-99||High marking smowmobiler gets a surprise. Sequence of photos by Jeff Halligan, Snow Ranger, Payette National Forest|
|slide_1.jpg||50k||16-April-99||Artificially released avalanche by 160-mm mortar firing in Kirovsk, Murmansk region, Russia, 1998. The volume of slide is 30000 cubic meters. Photo by P.Chernouss|
|ruby2.jpg||36k||1-Feb-98||Large avalanche in Lamoille Canyon, Ruby Mountains. Photo By Joe Royer.|
|superior.jpg||70k||14-April-98||Slab avalanche sequence on Mount Superior, Utah, triggered by helicopter bombing. Photos by Dan Judd|
|RUBYWX2L.jpg||48k||23-Mar-97||Ruby Mountain Heli-Ski remote weather station, Photos by Joe Royer|
|elklong2.jpg||80k||26-Feb-97||Elk Point running big above Sundance UT, Photos by Dan Judd|
|slide.jpg||21k||2-Feb-97||Slide Canyon running to the highway in Provo Canyon, UT Photo by Jerry Hill|
|milford95.jpg||27k||22-Jan-97||Avalanche on the Milford Road, New Zealand, Photo by Peter Weir|
|ruby.jpg||20k||31-Dec-96||Avalanche in the Right Fork of Lamoille Creek, Ruby Mountains. Photo By Joe Royer|
|mbaldy2.jpg||21k||28-Sep-96||Nice slide off of the baldy shoulder at Alta, Utah about to hit the Center for Snow Science at Alta impact pylon. Photo by Piney|
|105mm.jpg||13k||24-Sep-96||Incredible photo of a 105mm recoiless rifle being fired. Photo by Mike Boissonneault.|
|argenta.jpg||17k||24-Sep-96||The Agrenta slide path in Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah, after a major slide that cleared 50 years of growth out of the way. Photo by Dan Judd.|
|bridalveil1.jpg||20k||24-Sep-96||What is left of the Bridal Veil Falls lower terminal after it was hit by large powder avalanche. Located in Provo Canyon, Utah. Photo by Bruce Tremper.|
|bridalveil2.jpg||21k||24-Sep-96||Another photo of the Bridal Veil slide. Photo by Bruce Tremper.|
|porter.jpg||16k||24-Sep-96||A large destructive slide that cleared lots of timber in the Porter Fork drainage of Millcreek Canyon, Utah. Photo by Bruce Tremper.|
|emmas.jpg||17k||24-Sep-96||Photo of a car that was parked in the wrong place under the Emma 3 slide path at Alta, Utah. Photo by Dan Judd.|
|milford1.jpg||16k||24-Sep-96||Starting zone of the Sinks avalanche path above the Milford Road in New Zealand. Photo by Dan Judd, Courtesy of Wayne Carren & Peter Weir.|
|milford2.jpg||19k||24-Sep-96||Splatter zone of the Sinks path shown above. Rocks the size of basketballs are picked up and thrown from the river bed and hurled to the other side of the valley! Photo by Dan Judd, Courtesy of Wayne Carren & Peter Weir.|
|milford3.jpg||11k||24-Sep-96||Water pouring off the Gulliver's avalanche paths during a storm. Above the Milford Road, New Zealand. Photo by Dan Judd, Courtesy of Wayne Carren & Peter Weir.|
|milford4.jpg||13k||24-Sep-96||Large dust cloud from an avalanche above the Homer Tunnel on Milford Road, New Zealand. Photo Peter Weir.|
|roman.jpg||14k||24-Sep-96||Sobering photo of the slide in Wolverine Cirque, Big Cottonwood Canyon, Utah, that killed Roman Latta. Photo by Neil Ryland|
|wxman.jpg||20k||24-Sep-96||Your suspicions about weather forecasters are confirmed... Photographer unknown|