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Includes: Field tests for recognizing unstable snow; Riding techniques for reducing the risk; Ways to recognize avalanche hazards; Selection of low risk routes and Phone numbers for avalanche conditions.
Includes: Search and Rescue Techniques; Safety measures for sledding in avalanche terrain; Field test for recognizing unstable snow; Avalanche danger rates; and Phone numbers for current avalanche conditions.
The new Canadian Avalanche Centre fieldbook is for advanced backcountry users, and supplies a framework for managing avalanche terrain that is similar to that used by professionals. There is guidance for planning trips, support for decision making in the field, and advice on post-trip reflection. The fieldbook also contains valuable insight into the specific characteristics of different avalanche problems.
The Avaluator™ Trip Planner combines current snow and avalanche conditions (danger rating) and the terrain of the intended trip (ATES rating). It uses colours to represent professional recommendations about training and experience required for safe travel. Through the colour boundaries, it aids the user in deciding whether the risk falls within personal tolerances. It then presents prevention values that provide a somewhat objective measure for personal decisions about risk.
The essential introductory text for recreational avalanche safety. The course manual for Avalanche Skills Training level 1. Possibly the worlds bestselling avalanche safety book. Can you afford not to get it?