Avalanche Alliance Awards $45,000 to Avalanche Centers to Support Motorized Areas

Avalanche centers across the U.S., while partially funded by the USFS, rely on strong community support for their efforts to present the most up-to-date and valuable information for backcountry travelers. Avalanche Centers fund and manage remote weather stations, employ forecasters to track and interpret field and weather data, and increasingly play a leading role in…

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AIARE Launches 2023–24 Women’s Mentorship Program

TELLURIDE, CO – The American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education (AIARE), along with title partners Mammut and the GORE-TEX Brand and supporting partner RAB, have launched the third season of AIARE’s Women’s Mentorship Program . The program aims to welcome women across all levels of experience to the snow and avalanche industry, build networks,…

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Arctic Cat ® and The American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education (AIARE) Team up to Advance Avalanche Safety Education

THIEF RIVER FALLS, MINN./TELLURIDE, COLO. — Arctic Cat® Inc., a Textron Inc. (NYSE:TXT) company, and the American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education (AIARE) announced today that AIARE has become Arctic Cat’s official avalanche safety education partner. This relationship will further promote avalanche safety education to a larger audience, so more snowmobile enthusiasts can share…

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Avalanche Centers Receive Funding to Support Motorized Areas

Avalanche centers across the U.S. will be making significant long-term improvements for the motorized backcountry community thanks to the Avalanche Alliance grant funding. This year the Avalanche Alliance focused on supporting avalanche centers that are making long-term impacts for backcountry motorized users by supporting projects that are serving high-use motorized areas, creating infrastructure to support…

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