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Mountain Sledder | September 25, 2018

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Avalanche Safety | Mountain Sledder Magazine

Big Terrain, Big Decisions: Sledding on the Pemberton Ice Cap

February 13, 2015 | 1

On a clear bluebird day, nothing beats the expanse of the icefields. You can pick a line a mile away to a major feature on the Ice Cap, and the sheer immensity of it all makes you really appreciate how small you are out there.Read More

Avlanche Burial – Creek Side Hill – Valemount – Jan 10 2015

January 12, 2015 | 7

How quickly things can change. These guys were having fun in a fairly small area when the slopes on a creek bed release and bury one of their riders. A serious incident was avoided because of aware partners digging out the victim.

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Hangfire Avalanche Fall Course Dates

October 2, 2014 |

Winter is just around the corner. Getting trained up on avalanche skills is a MUST. Our buddies at Hangfire Training have a selection of courses available all over Alberta and Saskatchewan this fall. This is the classroom component of the AST 1 course. The field days are to be completed … Read More

Shit Your Pants Saturday – Near Cornice Fail

September 27, 2014 | 1

This is one lucky mofo. It’s also a good reminder of how sketchy overhanging cornice danger is. Enjoy and learn.

Snowmobile Fail – Sledneck Almost Falls Off a Cliff a Snowboarding video by whitelines


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SheShreds 90 hr First Aid Course – September 2014

September 10, 2014 |

Attention coastal sledders, She Shreds and Slipstream are hosting a Wilderness First Aid course, starting on Sept 19 in Pemberton BC. This is a 90 hr course is OFA equivalent and it’s the kind of course that many people need for their jobs such as: guides, machine operators, construction workers … Read More