Monday, 25 February 2013

Avalanche's don't be Caught in One

The Canadian Avalanche Centre forecasts indicate a high danger rating in many areas of the province, this means travel is not recommended in the alpine and at the treeline.

The rating also means that natural and human triggered avalanche's are likely. There have been a series of weather systems that have dumped heavy snow on many of the BC mountains. The areas where the danger is high are the South Coast, Sea-to-Sky, the North and South Columbia, Monashees, Selkirk's, Kootenay-Boundary, the Purcells and the South Rockies.

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