5 to 7 June 2019, Waterfront Hotel, London
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Digital Tools for the Backcountry
How the heck to you find the elusive “Zippermouth Creek”?! Explore the use of modern digital tools for trip planning, navigation and avalanche risk management in your quest for new riding zones and fresh pow.
Martina has 15 seasons of experience working in the avalanche industry as a ski patroller, ski guide, and avalanche technician. Her ultimate goal every winter is to spend as much time as possible playing in the mountains both on skis and sled in the backcountry.
Off The Line
A prominent theme in many of last season’s incidents was that people weren’t quite where they thought they were, or in many cases, where they wanted to be. They had strayed off the line. Off the line explores incidents like McDermott Creek in an effort to understand the lessons learned and garner insight into managing difficult avalanche problems.
Grant Helgeson is a Senior Forecaster with Avalanche Canada based in Revelstoke who makes good decisions 99% of the time. If he’s not at work or playing in the hills, he’s probably grooming his mustache.
Impress your friends and better predict the “Fernie Factor” and other weather events, instead of saying “you knew that was going to happen” after the fact. Matt will let us know why Fernie is such a challenging place to forecast for and walk us through the amazing weather products hosted on the Avalanche Canada website.
Matt MacDonald is a meteorologist specializing in mountain weather. He’s been working and sharing his knowledge with avalanche professionals for the past 15 years through the Canadian Avalanche Association (CAA) weather courses and various guides’ training sessions. He’s been fooled more than once by the famous “Fernie Factor” but has managed to figure out the ingredients that create the epic snow making pattern. Matt is also passionate splitboarder and CAA Level 2 graduate.
How you transform your business as technology, consumer, habits industry dynamic s change? Find out from those leading the charge.
World is committed to making participation in the event a harassment free experience for everyone, regardless of level of experience, gender, gender identity and expression
Fernie Community Centre, 902 Highway 3
Register; complimentary coffee from Rooftop Roasters and bagel bites from Big Bang Bagels.
Avalanche Canada Master of Ceremonies
South Rockies Field Team - Avalanche Canada
Snowline Associates Ltd.
Great Canadian Tours
Chili (meat and vegetarian options) with a bun will be available on-site for $10 cash.
Fernie SAR - Simon Piney
ISSW2020 - Steve Kuijt
Island Lake Lodge - Doug Feely
Fernie Snowmobile Association - Steve Kelly
Fernie Alpine Resort
Anne St. Clair
Simon Fraser University - Avalanche Research Program
Apres social at the Fernie Community Centre.