Officials are still trying to decide how to deal with a March 15 debris avalanche that has blocked a local access road that connects two reservoirs within North Cascades National Park.
Park officials said an estimated 56,000 cubic meters of debris came down in the avalanche measuring almost 200 feet across at the toe of the avalanche.
The slide has cut the Ross Dam haul road, which is about a mile long and is an key administrative road.
While the road does not connect to any public road, it serves several organizations.
It provides Seattle City Light, operator of three …