That persistent surface hoar layer is still lurking, so don’t forget about it. With these sunny days it’s hard to predict how it will react. The heat also reminds up to be aware of overhead hazards (think, cornices the size of school busses…).
We love MIN (Mountain Information Network) reports, if you’ve never read one or posted one check out Avalanche Canadas MIN 101 page here to get a better idea how you can use them and get involved. Check out a MIN report from Feb 6th here.
Stay safe out there and be sure to check the forecast here each day for accurate and up to date information.