Bulletin d’avalanche – 23 mars 2020

Avalanche Bulletin - 2020-03-23

The production of the avalanche bulletin is suspended until further notice due to the exceptional situation of COVID-19.
Areas concerned: Mont Albert, mont Hog’s Back, Champs-de-Mars, mont Lyall, mont Vallières-de-Saint-Réal, mont Blanche-Lamontagne et Mines-Madeleine
Issued on: 2020-03-22 @ 18:00
Valid until: 2020-04-30 @ 18:00
Danger ratings Monday Tuesday Wednesday
Alpine Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable
Treeline Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable
Below treeline Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable

No avalanche problems to report.

Avalanche activity

The production of the avalanche bulletin is suspended until further notice due to the exceptional situation of COVID-19.

Snowpack

The production of the avalanche bulletin is suspended until further notice due to the exceptional situation of COVID-19.

Weather forecast

The production of the alpine forecast by Alpine Weather Consultant is also suspended until the resumption of our field operations. Check the latest mid and long term forecast here (French only).

Message

In order to contribute as much as possible to the collective effort to fight the spread of COVID-19, Avalanche Québec suspends its field operations in the Chic-Chocs, the production of daily avalanche bulletin and all public activities until further notice. SÉPAQ territories (national park and wildlife reserve), as well as tourist establishments, are also closed for security reasons and to avoid public gathering. Thanks for your understanding !

Snow report

Centre de découverte et de services - Mis à jour le 19 mars 2020 à 09:15

24 h 48 h 7 jours Saison Au sol
0 cm 0 cm 12 cm 399 cm 116 cm
Disclaimer This avalanche bulletin is prepared with the most recent weather, snowpack and avalanche activity data available for the Chic-Chocs. It is strictly information that can be used as a part of a decision making process and is not intended to be a replacement for knowledge about avalanche safety including and not limited to safe travel practices and the use of backcountry rescue equipment such as beacon, shovel and probe.

Prepared by : J. LeBlanc

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