#EasterSunday obs from #EagleRiver #Alaska: the primary #avalanche problem observed was wet slabs (see photos and map) ripping down to the ground on solar (mainly south) aspects. Secondary problems included fresh wind slabs developing from active windloading as northerly winds increased in the afternoon, wet loose avalanches (aka point releases) on solar aspects, and medium volume human triggered sluffing on steep, wind-sheltered northerly terrain. 1. L-R: West Kiliak, Yukla, Nantina Point, and the Organ #glacier area from the top of Korohusk 2. Compass Butte dead center with (L-R) Polar Bear, Organ, Flute, and Eagle peaks in the surrounding area. 3-6. We observed a few D2 wet slabs that failed on the ground (likely as pervasive depth hoar was weakened from solar radiation), as seen in the photos of this WS-N-D2-R2-G off Pk 5120 at ~4800’ south aspect.