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Utah Avalanche Center - Tutorials

Published by the Utah Avalanche Center.

The best way to learn about avalanches and how to avoid them is to take an avalanche class from a qualified instructor.  You can get a good introduction to understanding avalanches, though, by studying avalanche articles, books, and videos.  It's also important to keep your skills current.

These resources provide a great way to brush up on skills and keep up with the latest technology, theory, and professional practice.

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Intermountain Ski Hall of Fame – Alf Engen Ski Museum

The Intermountain Ski Hall of Fame commemorates individuals who have recorded exemplary achievements in: skiing/snowboarding competition; innovation and development; and/or made significant contributions to the overall promotion of skiing/snowboarding in the Intermountain Region (Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming). Nominations are reviewed and inductee selections made by a committee from the University of Utah J. Willard Marriott Library Ski Archives.

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Utah Avalanche Center

The Utah Avalanche Center is a collaborative effort between the Forest Service - Utah Avalanche Center and the Friends of the Utah Avalanche Center. The UAC provides: Daily avalanche & mountain weather forecasts and backcountry conditions reports, “Know Before You Go Awareness” information & training, Avalanche education opportunities, and other avalanche resources.

Resources Available:

Utah Avalanche Center - Blog & Podcast.

Links for UAC on:

  • App for iOS devices,

  • Instagram,

  • Twitter

  • YouTube

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