Identifying avalanche hazards in the hills and mountains through out the winter is a challenging process.

Constantly changing weather factors, from temperature and snowfall to wind speed and direction, can affect the strength and stability of the snowpack. So it’s vital to keep a close watch on conditions during the season – especially throughout any mountain excursions.

This online guide outlines the decision-making process and the fundamental considerations of assessing avalanche hazards in the winter mountains.

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