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After all the warm weather we have had, the snow was surprisingly good.
The folks at Identropy have put together a nifty video showing analysis of OpenAM audit log events using the the ELK stack (Elasticsearch, Logstash, Kibana). Check it out here:
The avalanche conditions were super stable this weekend, which gave us a good opportunity to explore this loop. This starts and finishes from the sawmill creek parking lot off the Smith Dorrien road (about 90 minutes from Calgary).
The conditions were surprisingly good, considering that we have not had much new snow over the last week. The descent from Hero's Knob is north facing and shaded, making for great snow conditions.
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