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Adventure Medical Emergency Bivvy

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SOL Emergency Blanket

Adventure Medical SOL Emergency Blanket

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Folding Magnifier X10

Brooks-Range Folding Magnifier X10

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Backcountry Access Fiberglass Ruler

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Aluminum Crystal Card

Backcountry Access Aluminum Crystal Card

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Slope Meter

Backcountry Access Slope Meter

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Emergency Shelter Kit

Adventure Medical Emergency Shelter Kit

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Survival Poncho

Ultimate Survival Technologies Survival Poncho

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10x Magnifying Loupe

Backcountry Access 10x Magnifying Loupe

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Slope Meter

Backcountry Access Slope Meter

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Survival Poncho

Adventure Medical Survival Poncho

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Slope Meter

Brooks-Range Slope Meter

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Snow Crystal Card

Brooks-Range Snow Crystal Card

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Lexan Crystal Card

Backcountry Access Lexan Crystal Card

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Rutschblock Cord

Brooks-Range Rutschblock Cord

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Consumer Refill Kit

Backcountry Access Consumer Refill Kit

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Transfer 3 Shovel

Black Diamond Transfer 3 Shovel

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Stay Safe in the Backcountry

Learn About Avalanche Safety Gear

Between 20 and 40 people die every year in avalanches in North America alone. Proximity to a resort means nothing. As soon as you’re outside the ropes, you may as well be in the middle of Alaska. Gear is no replacement for knowledge, but going into the backcountry without avalanche gear is reckless at best, and potentially lethal. At the very least, you’ll need a partner, and these essential pieces of gear: a beacon, a shovel, a probe, and knowledge of how to use them.

Beacon:

Today’s digital avalanche beacons are easier and faster to use than ever before. Get one, practice like your life depends on it, and then do everything in your power to keep from having to use it.

Probe:

A probe is a necessary piece of gear. Once you’ve used your beacon to get close, a probe lets you pinpoint a buried victim with accuracy that a beacon can’t provide. This leads to less digging time and a faster recovery, which can be lifesaving.

Shovel:

It doesn’t do you any good to locate an avalanche victim if you can’t dig them out. Get yourself a sturdy, collapsible avalanche shovel with a pointed or serrated aluminum blade. An avy shovel is purpose-built to get through concrete-hard avalanche debris.