Avalanche Risk and Safety Awareness

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Avalanche Risk and Safety Awareness

Located at the University of Colorado in Boulder, CO, the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) promotes research in the Earth’s cryosphere – the portions of our planet where water exists in solid form.

Avalanche Risk Identification and Safety Tips

Taking note of snow condition reports and recognizing warning signs can go a long way to avoiding being caught in an avalanche. Significant amounts of rain or snowfall can cause the snowpack to become unstable…

Visit the New England Ski Museum

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Situated at Franconia Notch State Park, the New England Ski Museum has an interesting collection of items relating to the history and development of snow skiing, which are on display for the education and enjoyment of the thousands of visitors who pass through its doors each year. The museum has been operating as a non-profit organization since December 1982…

S.A.F.E. A.S. – Raising Snow Safety Awareness

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Developed by Jackie Paaso, Lel Tone, Elyse Saugstad, Michelle Parker, Sherry McConkey and Ingrid Backstrom, S.A.F.E. A.S. Clinics aim to raise snow safety and avalanche risk awareness among snow sport enthusiasts, particularly female snow sport enthusiasts…

Avalanche Awareness Lectures

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The Ski Club of Great Britain is collaborating with The North Face and Snow+Rock to present informative session essential…

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