Historian Chic Scott tells the story of 130 years of adventure, romance, hard work and dreams at Mount Assiniboine.
Read more Mount Assiniboine — The Story
Avalanche Canada is extremely grateful to receive a $10 million grant from the BC government.
Read more Avalanche Canada receives $10 million grant from BC Government
Dr. Bruce Jamieson has made invaluable contributions to public avalanche safety over his 40-year career.
Read more Avalanche Canada Honours Dr. Bruce Jamieson
Avalanche education and awareness has come a long ways in a couple of decades and the advancements continue. The Kootenay Backcountry Guides are looking for your feedback on how to cater to the what recreational backcountry users are looking for after taking their AST-2. This is the pretext to their survey: “The most common question …
Read more What follows the AST-2 course survey
Even though we are in the midst of spring and the snow is mostly melted, avalanche experts warn we’re not out of the woods just yet as there is still a lot of snow in the mountains. “Things change really quick and during these springtime cycles, you can see a drastic change from stable to …
Read more Alaska Avalanche Danger High throughout Spring
Teton Gravity Research and Armada Skis are proud to present “HALLWAYS”, a new powder edit from legendary skier Todd Ligare. Todd is a pro-skier from Park City Utah who is delivering four minutes of zen that are sure to have you dreaming about deeper days. Join Todd as he hucks into and digs trenches through …
Read more Todd Ligare’s HALLWAYS
A vision was realized at Tordrillo Mountain Lodge in Alaska, the culmination of the inaugural three-stop Natural Selection Tour crowning the best all-mountain male and female riders on the planet. Mikkel Bang (NOR) earned the win for the men and Robin Van Gyn (CAN) took the win for the women, both earning the overall tour …
Read more The Inaugural Natural Selection Tour Championship
Around this time of year avalanche forecasts switch from rating danger by elevation band to rating danger by time of day.
Read more Avalanche Canada – Communicating spring conditions
The deceased young man from Canmore has been identified as Spencer Postman, 26
Read more Backcountry Skier dies in Avalanche near Lake Louise
Based out of the Banff/Canmore/Lake Louise area, this camp puts you on the doorstep of some of the best ski mountaineering terrain in North America at a time of the year when the snowpack is typically more stable, crevasses have good coverage and the ski quality is at its best.
Read more Learn the Skills Needed to Unlock Glaciated, Steep or Technical Terrain