A link to my article in the Canadian Avalanche Association’s publication, The Avalanche Journal
A demonstration of the attenuation of of the signal of an avalanche transceiver by an order of magnitude when wrapped in foil; how this affects you.
I got a first look at the BCA Tracker 3 Avalanche Beacon last week.
I put together a proof of concept to put the Canadian Avalanche Centre’s Avalanche Bulletins on an interactive, full screen Google Map.
My friend Peter Marshall is climbing Mount Rainier to raise funds and awareness for Autoimmune Disease. He could use your help: Autoimmune Expedition
A recently released series of reports on the effectiveness of Avalanche Air Bags in Canada gives us the first evidence that they are effective.
There’s an article over on the UnofficialNetworks blog about a new piece of “avalanche safety gear” made by a company called Snow-Beacon. The article, which I encourage you to read for yourself, describes the “SnowBe” as the “THE MOST DANGEROUS …
The author wonders why there’s a discrepancy between the avalanche bulletin written by the CAC and Whistler/Blackcomb.
It seems that people are still confused about the difference between an emergency locator *beacon* and an avalanche *transceiver*