Keeping people safe in avalanche terrain

through education, professional development, outreach, and research

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Historical Weather Observations

Avalanche safety begins with a good understanding of past weather, from the very beginning of the “winter” season when the first snow stays put in the mountains.

This is why we have created a record of daily historical weather data from the start of the winter season so you can make informed choices about mountain conditions.

See historical weather data
Historical Weather Observations

Mountain Conditions Reports

Read about recent mountain conditions including snow and avalanche conditions, recent incidents or past avalanche activity. The information provided here consists of field observations in specific mountain areas from experienced backcountry riders who have recently traveled in these areas.


Read the reports
Mountain Conditions Reports

Online Education & Outreach

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Avalanche Awareness Training Courses

AST 1 courses include valuable information for anyone interested in exploring the outdoors in a winter mountainous environment. 

The course follows the guideline set out by Avalanche Canada and issues an internationally recognised certificate . It includes a minimum of 6-7 hrs in class and 1 day in field session practising rescue, snowpack assessment and terrain evaluation skills. 

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Avalanche Awareness Training Courses

Mountain Reports

Our Mountain Conditions Report is done by a community of experienced skiers reporting on daily mountain safety and conditions. We would love for you to be apart of our growing community

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и получавай актуална информация за условията, наблюдения и новини