5 edition of Avalanche safety for skiers & climbers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 184) and index.
|Other titles||Avalanche safety for skiers and climbers|
|LC Classifications||QC929.A8 D34 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||192 p. :|
|Number of Pages||192|
|LC Control Number||99177086|
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Avalanche safety for skiers and climbers. By. Abstract. This book is a thoroughly illustrated manual emphaising the avoidance of avalanche risk by good route-finding and recognition of dangerous slopes. It is written specifically for climbers, backcountry powder-hounds, and ski tourers. Ski tourers, telemark skiers, ski mountaineers and. Avalanche Safety: For Skiers, Climbers and Snowboarders: This book is essential reading for anyone venturing above the mountain snowline in either summer or winter. Emphasis is placed on prevention of avalanche accidents through observation, recognition of avalanche terrain and good route-finding, and is reinforced by case histories from Canada, the USA and Scotland.
“Snow Fall: The Avalanche at Tunnel Creek,” by New York Times reporter John Branch, tells the harrowing story of skiers caught in an avalanche. Nothing inspires fear in the hearts of climbers, skiers, snowboarders, or snowmobilers like the idea of being caught in an avalanche. With the growing popularity of adventurers using slack country and side country pistes, the probability of getting caught in an avalanche increases.
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Avalanche statistics tell us about the nature of the beast. Most accidents involve slab avalanches. The victim, or a member of the victim's party, usually triggers the slab that kills them.
About 85% of the avalanche fatalities happen in the backcountry. Skiers and climbers make up the bulk of the numbers.
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An avalanche results when the top layer of snow, known as a slab, is not bonded well to the underlying layer and is disturbed by some kind of trigger, often a skier or climber.
Rather than starting at a point on the surface, as loose–snow avalanches do, slab avalanches start out bigger and deeper, usually at a fracture line running across the Author: REI Staff. Backcountry Avalanche Safety. Snowshoers,and other winter backcountry enthusiasts such as Ice Climbers and Scramblers who traverse through avalanche terrain to get to their climbs and are generally trying to avoid steep slopes.
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Imperative for anyone who likes to explore the wild backcountry in winter, avalanche safety will teach you how to analyze snow layers, predict snow instability, use essential avalanche safety equipment, and make navigation choices on snowy terrain. You will learn to safely explore the winter mountains using these tools to mitigate objective hazards and reduce avalanche risk.
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Completely revised with all of the most recent data and techniques. Ideal for snow mobilers, snow boarders, snow shoers, skiers, climbers, hunters and those who use avalanche terrain.