Crown south of Divide!

Observed a sizable deep slab in the Divide basin which appeared to have run within the last few days. The crown extended from the southern end of the basin (northeast facing) through the summit run off Divide (southeast facing)--maybe around a mile. Slab height varied, with the upper end pushing 10 feet and the lower closer to a foot or two. On Divide, the crown approached the summit and debris had run across the flat to the mature trees. Looked like it may have been cornice triggered at the southern end on thinner cover in rocky terrain. Also observed a similar slide at the head of the Storm Castle drainage. Pretty wild. Photo: Nick VandenBos

Advisory Year
Northern Gallatin, 2020-02-16