Took advantage of the latest conditions and traveled swiftly up a ridge in the Flathead Range.
Challenging light for documenting this avalanche, but was able to to observe significant debris in main gully of this path from 5800' and below. This activity may have been 1000s of roller balls instead of one loose wet slide, but I rated this a D2 given the vertical run and terrain. I believe that a skier could have been injured by this activity if they were present during the event. Many similar events observed in solar gullies of Tunnel Creek, but this path seemed most significant.
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