Avalanche Safety

avalanche education, ski safety, bell lake
Sarah Canfield
My Alpine Education, Part 6: Avalanche Awakening Read more >>
avalanche education, ski safety
Sarah Canfield
My Alpine Education, Part 5: Avalanche Rescue. Read more >>
avalanche education, ski safety
Sarah Canfield
My Alpine Education, Part 4: Avalanche Literacy. Read more >>
Danger lurks everywhere in the backcountry, and winter is no exception—but that danger can be mitigated through proper education. Read more >>
Will Shepard
My Alpine Education, Part 3: Gearing Up. Read more >>
Will Shepard
My Alpine Education, Part 1: Avalanche AwarenessEditor’s note: This is part one of a six-part series on learning about avalanches and how to keep yourself and your partners safe while ski-touring in the backcountry.  Read more >>
Will Shepard
My Alpine Education, Part 2: Choosing a Provider Read more >>
Josh Bergan
Take an avy-education course in one of the snowiest, wildest, and most beautiful spots around. Read more >>
Avalanche Education, Early-Season, Bozeman, Montana
Drew Pogge
Early-season avalanche safety.  Read more >>
Saddle Peak, Bridger Mountains,
the editors
If you’re a backcountry traveler, every morning, all winter long, a life-saving tip arrives in your email inbox. You open it, review its contents, take note of its particulars, then delete it. Despite its import, it’s gone as instantly as it arrived. Read more >>
Avalanche Safety, Avalanche Rescue, Bozeman
David Tucker
Preparing for the slide.   Read more >>
Bridger Mountains Avalanche, Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center
Marienthal, Alex
Snow, weather, and terrain. Read more >>
Mount Blackmore, Bozeman backcountry
Berreth, Mark
Surviving a Blackmore slide. Read more >>
winter, backcountry, Outside Bozeman, Montana
Drew Pogge
Avalanche airbags 101.  Read more >>
Knoff, Eric
Ice climbing and avalanche safety in Bozeman's backyard playground. Read more >>
Jenny Sheets
Once those little white flakes start falling from the sky, dreams of powder turns and face-shots begin as you wait for the little blue light atop the Hotel Baxter to start flashing, announcing fresh snow at Bridger Bowl. Read more >>
Krueger, Ryan
Backcountry skiing is the best way to sample endless untracked powder—but when things get hairy, you can’t look to a ski patroller for help. People get hurt, break equipment, or get hypothermia, and without the right gear, the situation can escalate quickly. Read more >>
snowmobiling, winter, avalanche
Christine Rogel
Snowmobilers have unique avalanche risk factors built into their sport. Today’s high-powered sleds are capable of reaching new heights at greater speeds, and each year riders venture farther into remote terrain. Read more >>
Terry Cunningham
Avalanche safety is all about information and preparation. To maximize your chances of staying safe in avalanche country, we’ve compiled a list of avalanche “do’s and don’ts.”DO: Read more >>
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