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The easiest way to see current avalanche danger levels at-a-glance, for areas around you (see coverage information below).
Bottom-line danger levels are shown color-coded for each forecast region on a map, based on the selected timeframe (Today/Tomorrow/2 Days Out). Click on any region to view the detailed avalanche forecast from the source forecasting center.
All content you've viewed is cached for offline use, so you can refer back to the information you've seen even if you lose coverage in the mountains.
We support 100+ forecast regions, sourced from the NWAC (Northwest US), CAIC (Colorado), UAC (Utah), SAC (Central Sierras), ESAC (Eastern Sierras), MSAC (Mount Shasta), BTAC (Jackson Hole), GNFAC (Bozeman), WCMAC (Missoula), FAC (Kalispell), SNFAC (Sun Valley), IPAC (Idaho Panhandle), PAC (McCall), MWAC (Mount Washington), KPAC (Flagstaff), WAC (NE Oregon), CBAC (Crested Butte), CNFAIC (Chugach), JAC (Juneau), AAC (Anchorage), HAIC (Haines), VAC (Valdez), Cordova, HPAC (Hatcher Pass), Avalanche Canada, Parks Canada, WhistlerBlackcomb, VIAC (Vancouver Island), and Avalanche Quebec (Chic Chocs) forecasting centers. This is every forecast center in North America!
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