The Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center has stopped issuing daily avalanche advisories for the season.

However, they will issue weather and snowpack updates on Monday and Friday mornings for most of April. Spring weather can be highly variable and create a mix of avalanche problems to watch out for. Snow conditions and stability can change drastically from day to day or hour to hour.

Anticipate rapid change and plan accordingly. Abundant snowfall over the winter with more spring snow to come will make avalanches possible well into summer.

To read the most recent avalanche advisory from the Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center, click here.

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