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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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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 individuals in the community are critical to the continued success of NWAC. Your 2016-17 membership ensures...
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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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Avalanche Roof Rake Snow Removal System - Unique design moves one ton of snow a minute. Easier to Use than traditional Roof Rakes. Our friends at FIX.com have a great article with back saving tips on safe snow removal. When done incorrectly, snow-clearing can injure your body and damage your...
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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 suppot of any kind. Support...
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The American Avalanche Association (AAA) is comprised of a collective group of dedicated professionals engaged in the study, forecasting, control and mitigation of snow avalanches. Association membership includes qualified researchers, professional avalanche forecasters, educators, guides, snow safety officers, snow rangers and qualified ski patrollers, technicians and specialists. “The...
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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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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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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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