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Avalanche Education

Nature’s Feedback

Why are so many of the best skiers dying?

published: August 19, 2013

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Avalanche Education

Powder Rangers

Sugar Bowl’s snow rangers program represents the future of informed backcountry skiers

published: August 8, 2013

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Avalanche Education

Remembering Doug Abromeit

Renowned avalanche educator and retired Forest Service Avalanche Center director passed away last week

published: May 29, 2013

Live to Ski campers on top of Buck Mountain. PHOTO: Brenton Reagan

Avalanche Education

Learn the Ropes and Live to Ski

Exum honors Steve Romeo’s memory with Teton ski camp

published: May 17, 2013

"Wherever Ian was, he lit up the room with his outgoing personality and quick wit," says friend Steve Banks. PHOTO: STEVE BANKS

Avalanche Education

Remembering Ian Lamphere, 1977-2013

"He was so genuine and loving and funny"

published: May 2, 2013

Guide Jono Green showing clients the perfect turn. PHOTO: SEAN ZIMMERMAN-WALL

Avalanche Education

Snowcat Skiing For Nature At Snowbird

The 'Bird's latest adventure offering

published: March 20, 2013

Backcountry, even though it's close to the resort. PHOTO: IAN FOHRMAN

Avalanche Education

“Sidecountry” is Dead

Why the word is dangerous

published: March 13, 2013

The news in Montana. PHOTO: PORTER FOX

Avalanche Education

DEEP: The Future of Snow: Big Sky

Upside down snowpack, bankrupt resorts, and the future of farming in Montana

published: March 5, 2013

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Avalanche Education

Backcountry Lessons

Taking an avalanche class in avalanche terrain at the Bell Lake Yurt

published: February 20, 2013

Mammoth patroller Scott Quirsfeld talks about safety strategy with local shredders. PHOTO: RYAN COPENHAGEN

Avalanche Education

Trophy Line Theory

If Jeremy Jones is talking you should listen

published: January 30, 2013

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