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Avalanche.org connects the public to avalanche information and education in the United States. Avalanche.org is a partnership between the American Avalanche Association (A3) and the US Forest Service National Avalanche Center (NAC). The site consolidates data from professional forecast centers to provide real-time avalanche information. The North American Avalanche Danger Scale is a tool used...
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The San Juan Field School offers several avalanche education opportunities throughout the winter season including one 4-day avalanche course, two 3-day avalanche courses, one 2-day avalanche course, our free Monday Night Avalanche Awareness Forum Series and as well as our free Avalanche Beacon Rescue Clinics. Our 4 and 3-day courses curricula adhere to American Avalanche Association (AAA)...
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WCMAF (Missoula Avalanche) is dedicated to providing avalanche danger advisories, education and awareness to all interested user groups in West Central MT. This site is sponsored by the West Central Montana Avalanche Foundation (WCMAF), a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit Corporation. WCMAF is dedicated to...
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The more popular Ragdoll Avalanche 2 is a pretty sick game. By sick, I mean fun as freakin' hell to play. Try to keep your Ragdoll guy alive by evading an infinite rain of spikes (triangles) falling like an avalanche all over the screen. Ragdoll Avalanche ii adds a nice soundtrack and more...
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Avalanche safety gear reviews from Backcountry Safety provide information to make it easier for you to choose new avalanche beacon, probe or snow shovel. We also review snow study equipment and even more tools. Backcountry avalanche gear isn’t usually discounted this time of the year but some big...
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This website is owned and maintained by the non-profit arm of the Sierra Avalanche Center. Some of the content is updated by the USDA avalanche forecasters including the forecasts and some observational data. The USDA is not responsible for any advertising, fund-raising events/information, or sponsorship information, or other content not related to the forecasts and the data pertaining to the...
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Ridge Explorations: Avalanche Classes, Avalanche Training, Avalanche Safety and Rescue, and Outdoor Education around Seattle and Western Washington. As a 40-year veteran professional mountain guide who is AMGA Certified, and a 30-year veteran ski guide and avalanche course instructor, I would like to provide a testimonial as to the professionalism and quality of Ridge Explorations avalanche...
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General Spring Avalanche Statement At the tail end of this historic winter, we have stopped issuing daily avalanche advisories for the 2016-2017 season. For more info explaining the chosen end date, click here. Avalanche activity will invariably occur this spring. Continued daily wet snow melt-freeze cycles and additional storm cycles will impact the forecast area. Some information and...
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Students in Avalanche Level I classes will apply decision making skills by playing the "Brain on the Snow" board game in the classroom. “Brain on the Snow” is a play on words from “snow on the brain.” Did the name make you stop and think? Exactly. Brain on the Snow is a classroom exercise that promotes discussion and emphasizes group dynamics. Players face changing conditions that they must...
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We offer avalanche safety courses in Utah, Montana, Wyoming and Colorado. Our curriculum is built on a foundation of snow science and practical application. AAI has been teaching avalanche courses since the winter of 1973/1974. Our curriculum has been evolving for over 35 years and is built on a foundation of snow science AND practical application. Our courses are held in mountainous...
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In Avalanche, you play a marshmallow who must jump up on the donut like blocks to climb as high as you can and watch out for the rising liquid. A very fun game to play! Avalanche game is a crazy game where donut like blocks fall avalanche style all over the screen and you have to avoid being crushed by them. At the same time, there is a terrible pool of lava that rises up from beneath you...
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Provides mountain weather and avalanche information for the Northwest US, including the Washington Cascades, Olympic Mountains and the northern Oregon Cascades. This year, in our quest to take your community supported avalanche center to the next level, we added two avalanche specialists with deep field expertise. And we’re not done–with the help of your contribution, we’ll add one more...
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Avalanche education courses taught on Oregon's Mt Hood. Get Avy Savvy Learn to travel safely and swiftly in the mountains. Dec 17-18, 2016 Avalanche Skills Course $275 Jan 14-15, 2017 Avalanche Skills Course $275 Jan 21-23, 2017 AIARE L1 $350 Feb 4, 2017 Companion Rescue $100 Feb 11-13, 2017 AIARE L1 $350 Feb 25-26, 2017 Avalanche Skills Course $275. Mountain Savvy is an avalanche education...
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Ski Lift Construction and Maintenance services, Avalanche Control devices, Inclined Elevators and funiculars for accessing non ski-in real estate developments. Material Handling Ropeways and Cable Cranes for construction projects. We offer the Avalanche Guard product which utilizes a 4 kg size charge for effective avalanche control. The Avalanche Guard is a remotely activated unit or manual...
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An avalanche airbag should be standard equipment for any backcountry skiier or snowboarder. Nothing is more effective helping you survive an avalanche. If you are part of the camp that believes avalanche airbags are simply another way for sporting companies to profit off of consumers’ fears and that they don’t really work, then you should brush up on the latest safety stats. According to The...
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Alaska Avalanche Specialists, LLC. is a Juneau, Alaska-based international earth science consulting company that specializes in all phases of avalanche work, including education, recreation, transportation, and industrial consulting. Our avalanche capabilities include risk analysis, mapping, planning, operational and structural mitigation, project management, program operations, education,...
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The Avalanche Center provides global snow avalanche information. It is a comprehensive source for current snow conditions, avalanche classes, accident reports, and more. We rely on user donations and store sales, we are not a govenment agency and receive no government support of any kind. Support our work - we rely heavily on contributions and our store. Register ; login:. Your premier source...
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Our rustic lights featuring steel pine cones are, without a doubt, the most dramatic addition to our line. Here you will find pine cones in every category of lighting, for both indoor and outdoor applications. Our collection of Rustic Pine Cone Lights consists of two types of cones: Spruce Cone Art Spurce Cone Art Work. Spruce cones in nature are long and curved and our steel version of the...
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Avalanche Roof Rake Snow Removal System - Unique design moves one ton of snow a minute. Easier to Use than traditional Roof Rakes. High quality Snowrake at a great price. Avalanche’s snowrake helps you prevent ice dams by keeping snow off the edges of your roof. Keeping 4 to 5 feet of your roof edge clear of snow helps prevent icedams. Wheels built into snowrake head help prevent roof damage....
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Polygons represent agency centers that are participating in the national map project. Photos (left to right) Wren McElroy, Nick DiGiacomo, Daniel Howlett. Non-agency avalanche centers - non-profit, volunteer based. Website by Nimbus Creative Group & 5B Technologies.
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