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The Mountaineers Books Staying Alive in Avalanche Terrain

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. Author: Bruce Tremper. Softcover; 318 pages; black-and-white illustrations and photographs. The Mountaineers Books; copyright 2008. Ideal for snowboarders, snowshoers, skiers and mountaineers, this expanded edition features the latest snow science and safety procedures. Learn step-by-step procedures to assess avalanche hazards, travel safely and, if necessary, carry out a rescue. Author emphasizes controlling the human foibles that lead to avalanche accidents. Simple diagrams convey concepts and photographs illustrate examples.

- REI

Ensure your backcountry travels begin with safety by refreshing your avalanche survival knowledge with Bruce Tremper's book Staying Alive In Avalanche Terrain by The Mountaineers Books. It all starts with self-education and Tremper's book is layed out according to the teachings of American Avalanche Association classes.

- Mountain Gear

In Staying Alive in Avalanche Terrain, by Bruce Tremper, learn the tests and techniques used by avalanche professionals. This is a practical guide for all activities and abilities, including special considerations for backcountry skiers, climbers, hikers, snowboarders and snowmobilers.

- RockCreek