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Consider the Backcountry Access slope meter an essential on ski trips. Knowing the angle of the slope you're on can help keep you out of avalanche terrain.
Backcountry Access Avalanche Safety Slope Meter C1318SS10010. Their line of snow study products was developed in cooperation with North American avalanche professionals.
Backcountry Access Slope Meter Measuring Card. The Backcountry Access slope meter has a metal ball inside a liquid-filled tube, which when placed perpendicular to the snow, measures the slope angle. The backside can also be used as a scraper to remove excess snow from your skins or wax from your ski. The slope meter is also equipped with a compass making it a perfect multi-use tool for your pack. BCA designed its snow study tools in conjunction with North America's most experienced avalanche educators. Backcountry Access snow study tools allow you to gather all of the data you need, without breaking the bank. Angle Range: 0-60 degrees Weight: 0.6 lbs / 9.6 ounces / 272 g. Highlights: Compact, easy to use, and featured
- Tahoe Mountain Sports
Before you pick out a line, you could do the old "Ehhhh, I think it's probably roughly maybe about a 40-degree slope, I guess", or you could whip out the Backcountry Access Slope Meter and actually get a real reading of the angle of the slope you're checking out. BCA hooked this inclinometer up with red, orange, and yellow markings to easily point out the most dangerous slope angles, and included a compass so you can double-check your aspect at the same time.
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