You go out in horrible conditions, you better not expect to be rescued... what don’t you understand?
You decide that it is horrible conditions and you never been there. I post a picture long time ago of my partner in a without, second pitch of pinacle that we climbed to the top in amazing situation. My partner, berely visible in the snow was at fifteen feet of me and....the couloir was completely icy. We had extreme condition.
If you look at my post:
extreme danger: explain that the rescue service is suspended for a certain period and that the climber who risk an adventure into the wild do it at his own risk. Nobody is ging to help them even if they call the 911 because the danger for the rescue is too hight.
Extreme: Avoid all avalanche terrain
you will note that I suggest that the climber who think that they are as good or better to the rescue can go to the mountain, but they dont have to expect to be rescue.
You said that horrible condition was extreme avalanche danger...but I have a proof that you are wrong... In fact I have many proof of white out where the avalanche danger was very low, but the wind amasing. Some day I knew that I have to found my way alone because even me I wasnèt able to go back, but some other day it was pure fun and chalenge.