Skier triggered avalanche in Lundy Canyon

AVALANCHE OBSERVATION
NE facing bowl above Lundy Lake

Drainage:

Submission Info
Volunteer Observer
Friday, January 18, 2019 - 12:30pm
Avalanche Type: 
Slab
Slope: 
45degrees
Trigger type: 
Skier
Crown Height: 
5 ft
Aspect: 
Northeast
Weak Layer: 
Old Snow
Avalanche Width: 
200ft.
Terrain: 
Below Treeline
Elevation: 
9 640ft.
Bed Surface: 
Old Snow
Avalanche Length: 
400ft.
Number of partial burials: 
0
More detailed information about the avalanche: 

A local skier went out on Friday and triggered this slab avalanche. He triggered it above him when he traversed in from the side. I don't have any detailed information about the bedsurface/ failure layer. According to the skiers statements the crown line ranged from 2 ft. to 5 ft. deep. 

Avalanche Photos: 
Number of People Caught: 
0
Ridiculous Bowl - NE facing Bowl above Lundy Lake 38° 1' 6.4128" N, 119° 12' 31.4244" W

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