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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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Canada, Avalanche Safety, at Survival On Snow Inc. We manufacture the best avalanche safety equipment available. As we have been living the lifestyle in Canada. We understand that you need reliable beacons, shovels, & probes when you enter the back country. Shop with confidence!. Click on the items to the right and start shopping safely. We don't process your credit card online but we use...
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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. Are you a member of the Northwest Avalanche Center, or have you renewed your membership for the 2016-17 winter? Donations from...
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Between now and Jan 15th, Whole Foods Market at Trolley Square, Sugarhouse & Cottonwood Heights will donate a dime per bag to Utah Avalanche Center when you shop there and donate your bag credit at check out. The non-profit Utah Avalanche Center is seeking an Executive Director - more details...
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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...
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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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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 retailers are currently going for it. So woo-hoo if you need to upgrade or purchase your first...
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Avalanche Integrity consistently operates with a comprehensive approach to safety. Every one of our employees are required to work safely and efficiently. ABSA & TSASK Certified In-Service Pressure Vessel Inspectors. Vessel/Piping/Tank Repair Co-ordination and Supervision. Internal Inspections for Vessels, Tanks and Piping.
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Rent GoPro cameras, satellite communicators, avalanche safety gear, marine safety, camera drones, dive cameras, and more with Outdoor Equipment Rentals. OER offers low cost rentals for a wide range of adventures, including safety gear, emergency communications, and action cameras.
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Avalanche Academy is dedicated to making you safer when off-piste and in the back-country. The adventure of the off-piste is what we all dream of but avalanche is our worst nightmare. If you intend to venture away from the controlled pistes and into the mountain arena you owe to it yourself to be trained first. The adventure of the off-piste is what we all dream of but avalanche is our worst...
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Supporters, Donors, and Sponsors. If you use the avalanche bulletin and/or benefit from avalanche education opportunities in our community, please become a member. If you aren’t in the position to make a financial donation, we are always looking for volunteers to help at local events. Thank you! Big thanks to the Eagles Hall, Jesse Cross, Apex, Ryan McCune, Michael Holcombe and all who made...
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The premier mountain training and guiding centre in British Columbia since 1982, our Guides are dedicated to helping people explore and learn in the mountains of Western Canada and around the world. Escape with us to the mountains for the adventure of your lifetime. Join us on Mount Logan in 2017, during the 150th Anniversary of Canada! We have been running expeditions to Canada's highest...
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Early Season Conditions Report #2 Very little snow currently exists throughout the forecast area for over the snow travel. Daily avalanche advisories will resume in either late November or December as conditions dictate. Be prepared for changing conditions and increasing avalanche danger as more storms impact our region. Winter is coming and SAC is prepared to keep you informed. Check out 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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The AAIC site provides avalanche forecasts and user observations for mountain areas around the state. Be prepared and stay safe during winter excursions. The Chugach National Forest Avalanche Center, Alaska Pacific University, Alaska Avalanche Information Center and the American Avalanche Association will be hosting a gathering of snow professionals for a day of learning, presentation,...
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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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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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Information provided here is one piece of the puzzle in effectively evaluating backcountry snow conditions and avalanche hazard. Weather, snow, and avalanche conditions are constantly changing and we are only able to provide small, static snapshots of this dynamic phenomena. In order to effectively use and apply the information found on this website you need to be educated and experienced in...
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We're gearing up for the 2016-2017 Season and starting to get operations dialed in. There will be more information available here and on our Facebook page over the coming weeks. Until then, put December 3rd on your calendar for our Annual Fundraiser and Season Kickoff event in Mammoth Lakes. More details will be emerging soon, but you can pre-register for daytime avalanche awareness seminars...
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