Type: Media
Date Posted: Mar 07, 2021
Join the Northwest Avalanche Center for the fourteenth annual Northwest Snow and Avalanche Workshop (NSAW). NSAW is the region’s largest gathering of snow and avalanche professionals and backcountry recreationists who work and travel in avalanche terrain.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Mar 07, 2021
Join the Northwest Avalanche Center for the fourteenth annual Northwest Snow and Avalanche Workshop (NSAW). NSAW is the region’s largest gathering of snow and avalanche professionals and backcountry recreationists who work and travel in avalanche terrain.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Mar 07, 2021
Whether you ski, snowshoe, snowboard, or snowmobile, recognition of avalanche danger is an essential and potentially lifesaving skill. This introductory virtual class provides a basic approach to managing risk.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Feb 28, 2021
Jeremy Jones and Jon Krakauer talk about split boarding and about their approach to the mountains and avalanche safety. This was from a live Instagram conversation that was recorded on Feb 8th 2021.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Feb 21, 2021
A great review of the basics of fundamental online avalanche safety tools from Avalanche Canada. This webinar is full of helpful tips and tricks and designed for all users.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Feb 21, 2021
Joey ascends into the mountains with a full quiver of gear: his shovel, first aid kit, emergency dome, hand warmers, drill, cord and the list goes on- you name it, he’s got it. Katie has grown accustomed to a certain standard of living and is not sure her creature comforts will fit.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Feb 15, 2021
We’ve teamed up with Altus Mountain Guides to create the online evoAcademy Backcountry Essentials Course just for our customers. The full course consists of more than 2 hours of video lessons covering core backcountry skills.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Jan 24, 2021
With the freedom of the backcountry comes responsibility, and this social responsibility in backcountry avalanche terrain is paramount as backcountry use explodes.
Type: Media
Date Posted: Dec 13, 2020
How much can we gain from the mountains? How much can we lose? Between our own perceptions and the reality of the hazards, how much space exists? And in that gap, how do we decide what we are willing to risk?