December 4, 2012

December 4, 2012

When you’ve dug a body or two out of debris, avalanches no longer become academic. They become…the best word I


When you’ve dug a body or two out of debris, avalanches no longer become academic. They become…the best word I can use is…sobering. Very, very sobering.

But I won’t nag. I’ll just recommend that you buy and commit to memory the lessons of Snow Sense, a short, phenomenally insightful book about saying alive in avalanche country. It’s cheaper than an airbag pack and more useful, too.

$12 LINK

Photo by Garrett Grove

Steve Casimiro is the editor of Adventure Journal.
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  • Eric
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    Great advice Steve. I am pulling my copy off the shelf tonight.

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