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  • February 21, 2018 @ 6:36 am

    Advisory Hotline: (530) 926-9613

  • Avalanche danger is LOW and NORMAL CAUTION is advised. Firm and icy snow surfaces are widespread and shallow snowpack hazards exist. Minor wind loading has occurred on S-SE-E aspects between 7,500-9,000 ft. Watch for unstable snow on isolated terrain features.

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February 12, 2018

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A winter climb of Mount Shasta is a serious undertaking. Deep snow, avalanche hazard, and extreme weather conditions are all common during the winter months. These, along with many other factors, make a winter climb very difficult and potentially dangerous. Only strong and experienced climbers with an ability to evaluate avalanche hazard should attempt a winter climb. Always carry avalanche rescue gear, along with a helmet, crampons and an ice axe. Be prepared for high winds and cold temperatures, and always check the weather before you climb.

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