The avalanche danger level is 1-low in the central valley (Fallčre area excluded), 2-moderate elsewhere.
Natural release activity limited to the sunny steep slopes below 2800-3000 m, in particular close to the rock bars and in the hottest hours of the day, where sluffs and small wet snow avalanches can release.
Accidental triggering: possible at high altitude (above 2800-3200 m), in particular at the entrance of hollows, channels and gullies; here, old windslabs could be triggered, with high overload, on the very steep and shady slopes where a thin snowpack is present. |
In the SE areas of the Region, in particular in the Champorcher valley, above 2200 m, the snowpack is very irregular (the action of the winds has been more intense after the snowfall); it is so required a careful examination of the accumulations spots that are widespread but clearly visible.
Trend of the avalanche danger level: stationary.
|| Critical slopes altitude and aspects
|| Rising avalanche danger during the day