As the spring skiing season approaches on Mount Washington’s Tuckerman Ravine, skiers from throughout the region will begin to flock to the slopes of the Northeast’s tallest peak.

But while Tuckerman’s spring conditions are better suited for skiing and riding than they are in winter, when the snowpack is usually too unstable to safely navigate the ravine, avalanche dangers still remain.

A recent article on discusses the danger of avalanches at Tuckerman Ravine in the spring and what skiers and riders should know before going there.

Read about spring avalanche dangers in Tuckerman Ravine.