Small avalanches in extreme terrain remain a possibility even within the constructs of “Low Avalanche Danger”. Remember that “Low” does not mean “NO” avalanche hazard, as mountain weather and terrain is dynamic, ever changing, and adjusting to climatic factors and gravitational pull. Although we have not seen any significant snowfall for a long time, lingering small instabilities or just a bit of loosening snow or rock fall can cause a small slide. Pay particular attention, if travelling in tight or confined terrain, where even a small slide may produce enough volume to seriously injure you or cause a bad fall.
Biggest hazards remain inconsistent snow surfaces including breakable crust, loose faceted unsupportable areas, and sections of firm wind board. As we continue to lose snow through wind effects and warming, obstacles are becoming more and more numerous with every passing day.