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    70 cm DEPTH 2300m
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Snow conditions

  • Wednesday 30 JulyLast update : 07/30/2014 at 17:01

    • Snow depth at 3200m
      0 cm
      Snow depth at 2300m
      70 cm
    • Snow quality
      -
      Depth of new snow
      0 cm
    • Avalanche risk
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Avalanche Danger Scale


Avalanche Danger Scale Snowpack stability Flag
1/5
Low
The snowpack is well bonded and stable in general. Triggering is generally possible only from high additional loads** in isolated areas of very steep, extreme terrain. Only sluffs and small-sized natural avalanches are possible.

drapeau jaune
2/5
Moderate
The snowpack is only moderately well bonded on some steep slopes*, otherwise well bonded in general. Triggering is possible primarily from high additional loads**, particularly on the indicated steep slopes*. Large-sized natural avalanches are unlikely. drapeau jaune
3/5
Considerable
The snowpack is moderately to poorly bonded on many steep slopes*. Triggering is possible, even from low additional loads** particularly on the indicated steep slopes*. In some cases medium-sized, in isolated cases large-sized natural avalanches are possible.

drapeau à damier
4/5
High
The snowpack is poorly bonded on most steep slopes. Triggering is likely even from low additional loads** on many steep slopes. In some cases, numerous medium-sized and often large-sized natural avalanches can be expected.

drapeau à damier
5/5
Very High
The snowpack is poorly bonded and largely unstable in general. Numerous large-sized and often very large-sized natural avalanches can be expected, even in moderately steep terrain. drapeau noir

* The avalanche-prone locations are described in greater detail in the avalanche bulletin (altitude, slope aspect, type of terrain)
moderately steep terrain: slopes shallower than 30 degrees
steep slope: slopes stepper than 30 degrees
very steep, extreme terrain: adverse slope angle (more than 40 degrees), terrain profile, proximity to ridge, smoothness of underlying ground surface

** additional loads:
low: individual skier / snowboarder, riding softly, not falling; snowshoer; group with good spacing (minimum 10m) keeping distances
high: two or more skiers / snowboarders etc. without good spacing (or without intervals); snowmachine; explosives; single hiker/climber
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