I lost sight of the completely buried partner almost immediately, partner two was partially buried.
Read more Skier Survives 4 meter Avalanche Burial
We get accustomed to seeing avalanche forecasts fluctuate on a daily basis. There’s a cadence to avalanche forecasts, which often goes something like this: – It snows and blows and the avalanche danger rises. – As newly formed storm slabs start to settle and gain strength our attention switches to where wind slabs are still …
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Rapid warming is expected to increase avalanche danger this weekend and into next week.
Read more Avalanche Canada: Warming increases Danger
A snowcat skier died yesterday at Keefer Lake Catskiing, east of Kelowna in the Monashee Mountains.
Read more Tree Well Death at Keefer Lake Catskiing
You might be asking what a Dam Fondo has to do with powder skiing. It actually has a lot to do with skiing powder safely. Join Avalanche Canada for their inaugural Dam Fondo! Avalanche Canada is organizing an amazing bike ride that will start and end in Revelstoke, enjoying the smooth pavement of Hwy 23 …
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