4 Steps to Avalanche Safety In & Out-of-Bounds

9th January 2014 | Becky Lomax

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A ski patroller tests snow stability in a snow pit. - © Becky Lomax

A ski patroller tests snow stability in a snow pit.
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A ski patroller tests snow stability in a snow pit. - © Becky Lomax
Sidecountry skiers and snowboarders should carry the proper gear: beacons, probes and shovels. - © Becky Lomax

Sidecountry skiers and snowboarders should carry the proper gear: beacons, probes and shovels.
Copyright: Becky Lomax

Sidecountry skiers and snowboarders should carry the proper gear: beacons, probes and shovels. - © Becky Lomax
A skier practices with her beacon before going into the backcountry. - © Becky Lomax

A skier practices with her beacon before going into the backcountry.
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A skier practices with her beacon before going into the backcountry. - © Becky Lomax
At Whitefish Mountain Resort, signs at ski area boundary exits remind backcountry travellers of safety concerns. - © Becky Lomax

At Whitefish Mountain Resort, signs at ski area boundary exits remind backcountry travellers of safety concerns.
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At Whitefish Mountain Resort, signs at ski area boundary exits remind backcountry travellers of safety concerns. - © Becky Lomax
Gates into the backcountry from Crystal Mountain are sometimes closed due to avalanche danger.  - © Andrew Longstreth/Crystal Mountain Resort

Gates into the backcountry from Crystal Mountain are sometimes closed due to avalanche danger.
Copyright: Andrew Longstreth/Crystal Mountain Resort

Gates into the backcountry from Crystal Mountain are sometimes closed due to avalanche danger.  - © Andrew Longstreth/Crystal Mountain Resort

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