| ||Alpine Guides Alaska|
Avalanche courses taught in Alaska by A.I.A.R.E. (American Institute of Avalanche Research and Education) qualified instructors and A.M.G.A. Certified Guide.
| ||American Avalanche Association|
Professional society of avalanche workers.
| ||Avalanche Awareness|
Chauvin Guides International offers avalanche training courses for skiers and climbers.
| ||Avalanche Beacon Review 2000|
Synopsis of an article written by Jurg Schweizer on a study conducted by the Swiss Federal Institute for Snow and Avalanche Rescue.
| ||Avalanche Book Reviews and On-Line Ordering|
Reviews of current avalanche books by Faerthen Felix, professional avalanche forecaster
| ||Behind The Beeps: The Truth About Digital and Analog Avalanche|
Craig Dostie reviews the beacon options in this article in Couloir Magazine.
| ||Canadian Avalanche Association|
Represents avalanche professionals working in Canada. Promotes scientific and technical knowledge, standards and communications and offers training to avalanche workers. Includes course description, current avalanche bulletins, accidents and statistics, a
| ||Central Sierra Avalanche Information|
A regularly updated forecast of the potential avalanche hazard in the US Central Sierra, from Yuba Pass south to Sonora Pass.
| ||Colorado Avalanche Information Center|
Snow avalanche forecasting and education center for the State of Colorado.
| ||Cyberspace Snow and Avalanche Center|
Provides comprehensive global avalanche and snow information including conditions, educational information, and incident reports.
| ||Exum Avalanche Training|
Operating on Teton Pass in conjunction with Rendezvous Ski Tours, and in Grand Teton National Park, offers private instruction in avalanche hazard evaluation and rescue.
| ||Forest Service National Avalanche Center|
Provides a list of US avalanche centers and current reports, information on skiiers, snowboarders, and snowmobiler avalanche basics and statistics, and links.
| ||Italian Avalanche Service|
As part of the Italian Alpine Club, the service promotes avalanche accident prevention and is active in avalanche training and instruction. Includes history of the service and information about its organization.
| ||Mountain Tracks - *EQ Member Discounts Available*|
Mountain Tracks is one of the UK?s leading teams of mountain professionals specializing in small group guided mountain adventure.
We organise and lead challenging and rewarding courses and trips across the globe throughout the year. In winter our progra
| ||New Zealand Snow Safety Institute|
Mountaineering and mountain safety courses including: avalanche awareness, explosives for avalanche control, backcountry ski and snowboarding courses.
| ||Scottish Avalanche Service|
Latest winter conditions and forecast
| ||Snow Gear ReviewsGearReview.com|
Reviews of snow equipment, including avalanche beacons and other equipment
| ||Sport Scotland Avalanche Information Service|
Provides avalanche information and forecasts for the main climbing areas of Scotland.
| ||Summary of the Avalanche Beacon Test "LVS-98"|
Report of field tests of commercial avalanche beacons carried out in the Fall of 1998.
| ||Swiss Federal Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research|
Provides snow and avalanche information for Switzerland. Includes an overview of the institution's organization.
| ||This is Your Brain in the Backcountry|
Some basic advice for winter backcountry usersdon't leave your brain in the sock drawer!
| ||USNWS Salt Lake City Snow and Avalanche Information|
Snow and avalanche observations for the Wasatch Mountains in Utah
| ||Utah Avalanche Center|
USDA Forest Service avalanche information for Utah
| ||Utah Avalanche Classes|
Listing of avalanche classes available in Utah, kept current by the author.
| ||Westwide Avalanche Network|
Westwide Avalanche Network is your one stop shop for current avalanche information around the world.