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Today, it’s hard to imagine teaching or practicing avalanche safety without the human factors, but psychology wasn't always an accepted part of the curriculum. In “Behavioral Science in the Backcountry," economics reporter and splitboarder Greg Rosalsky examines the story of how the avalanche industry embraced social science in the...
Story & photographs by Todd Richards, originally published in TAR 41.2. Trigger warning: this story contains an explicit description of a near-death encounter via avalanche. FEBRUARY 14, 1989, TELLURIDE COLORADO, 12,227’ We rode a chairlift called The Plunge to the top and then followed the booted footprints of countless other backcountry...
CHECK YOUR MAILBOXES FOR THE THIRD ISSUE OF THIS WINTER’S AVALANCHE REVIEW! Two things on my mind right now. The first was inevitable once the December omega block settled in for the duration, then was covered by a slab. How do we move appropriately through the mindset maze? As forecasters,...
Travis Feist has officially joined A3's Board of Directors. Travis was appointed by unanimous vote during the quarterly A3 Board of Directors meeting on February 20, 2024. We're excited to welcome Travis to a previously unoccupied at-large seat on the board and we look forward to the motorized perspective...
From our 2023 Winter Webinar Series, a roundtable conversation with professionals from across the avalanche industry who utilize Remote Avalanche Control Systems (RACS) in their operations.

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