Avalanche Safety for Skiers, Climbers and Snowboarders

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Rocky Mountain Books, 1999 - Sports & Recreation - 192 pages
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.

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TONY DAFFERN is a climber, hiker and ski mountaineer with over 40 years of experience in mountain ranges in many parts of the world. A civil engineer by training, Tony has spent vast amounts of time hiking and travelling throughout the mountain ranges of western Canada, researching trails and meeting with other hikers.

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