Avalanche Awareness Basics with NWAC

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Learn how to access avalanche and mountain weather forecasts and recognize basic signs of avalanche danger for outdoor recreation in winter.

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Whether you ski, snowshoe, snowboard, or snowmobile, recognition of avalanche danger is an essential and potentially lifesaving skill. This virtual class provides a basic approach to understanding and managing risk. Your Northwest Avalanche Center instructor Brianna Hartzell will explain how to access avalanche and mountain weather forecasts and recognize basic signs of avalanche danger.

About Branna: Brianna Hartzell is an avid backcountry user, professional ski patroller, and enthusiastic avalanche educator.

About AdventureTripr

AdventureTripr believes that getting outside shouldn’t be complicated or intimidating. We work to make the outdoors accessible through education, community building and by creating personalized itineraries tailored to your needs and wants in order for you to explore and book extraordinary experiences. Learn more at https://adventuretripr.com/

About the Northwest Avalanche Center

The Northwest Avalanche Center exists to increase avalanche awareness, reduce avalanche impacts, and equip the community with mountain weather and avalanche forecasts, education, and data.


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