That has been tried by just about every pro, rider, skier out there. 90% of them are dead.
You might get lucky, those who have escaped did not have far to go to get to a safe zone. You might have 50-100ft you can travel before you are toppled over. That's being generous. The amount of force moving snow makes is incredible. Staying on top of it is not much of an option.
Getting caught is most likely your death sentence. Most people die from their injuries in an avalanche. Even if they are quickly recovered. The last avalanche incident in Montana had a quick recovery of a snowmobiler. That was a week ago. Last I checked he was still in the hospital in critical condition. Last year a skier that was buried and quickly recovered on Cameron Pass in Colorado died of his injuries two weeks later. Moral of the story, don't get caught in the first place.