The Avalanche Hour Podcast: Jake Hutchinson

A3 is fortunate to have many prominent, experienced, and thoughtful members of the snow and avalanche community on our board of directors. As part...

The Avalanche Hour Podcast: Erich Peitzsch

A3 is fortunate to have many prominent, experienced, and thoughtful members of the snow and avalanche community on our board of directors. As part...

Ski Safety Act upheld in Vail case

A3 works to stay abreast of current events that affect our members and constituents. The story linked below, published last week in the Colorado...

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Avalanche Fatalities, COVID, and Backcountry Skiing: The Real Story Behind a Historic Season

This article by Kimberly Beekman originally ran on Powder Cloud on May 28, 2021 and has been reprinted with their permission.  You can read the...

Research Ask: ATES/KAST Survey

A3 seeks to further research related to snow and avalanche professionals. Please respond if you meet the criteria for this ATES research, and feel...

Avalanche Safety: A Conversation with Halsted Morris

A3 is often asked to contribute avalanche expertise to news and education articles. Read Halsted Morris's conversation here.

Research Ask: Avalanche Professionals & Mental Health

A3 seeks to further research related to snow and avalanche professionals. Please respond if you meet the criteria for Eric's research, and feel free to pass along to others who do, as well.

Thinking in Risk

This article by Grant Statham originally ran on Powder Cloud on February 12, 2021 and has been reprinted with their permission.  You can read the...

Opportunity: Women’s Professional Workshop

A3 is committed to connecting snow and avalanche professionals with ongoing professional development opportunities. If you're interested in attending the Northwest Avalanche Center's Women's...

Featured Image: Utah Avalanche Center forecaster Trent Meisenheimer works in the field. Photo courtesy UAC.