Avalanche Canada Webinar series

Avalanche Canada has shifted their outreach online this year because of the pandemic and will be hosting a great lineup of webinars for this season.

The weekly webinar series is launching on Wednesday, October 21 at 7 p.m. PST with presentations that will look at the various services available on their website and the Mountain Information Network.

The webinars will continue weekly throughout the winter. Subsequent webinars target snowmobilers, ice climbers, backcountry skiers, and people new to the backcountry.

Check out the schedule below and be sure to register prior to the event. All webinars will be recorded and made available post event.

Click on the link within each event to register, new event links will be added in a timely manner throughout the season.

Wed. Oct. 21: Avalanche Canada: One-stop-shop and the Mountain Information Network: Here’s a great review of the basics of our fundamental online avalanche safety tools (all users).

Wed. Oct. 28: Renshaw Case Study (snowmobilers).

Wed. Nov. 4: Early season avalanche warning and avalanche safety for ice climbers.

Wed. Nov. 11: Recognizing Avalanche Terrain and trip preparedness (snowshoers and new to the backcountry).

Wed. Nov. 25: Staying Alive Night event – a Revelstoke focused event on avalanche awareness and safety (all users).

Thurs. Dec. 3: Getting the most out of the Mountain Weather Forecast (MWF), (all users).

Thurs. Dec. 10: Choosing Terrain for snowmobilers.

Thurs. Dec. 17: Being Pro: using the Daily Process for skiers (& others).

Thurs. Dec. 23: TBA

Thurs. Jan. 14: Being Pro: using the Daily Process for sledders.

Thurs. Jan. 28: Mt. Harvey Case Study (snowshoers & others).

Thurs. Feb. 4: Ice climbing and avalanche safety.

Thurs. Feb. 11: Choosing Terrain for skiers.

Thurs. Feb. 18: South Rockies update: avalanche problems & choosing terrain (snowmobilers & others).

Thurs. Feb. 25: Low probability/High consequence situations (all users).

Thurs. March 4: Prepping for a ski traverse (skiers).

Thurs. March 11: North Rockies update: snowpack, avalanche problems, the MIN (snowmobilers & others).