Entries by Chris

A Snow Ranger-Accident Victim Conversation About Risk And Decision Making.

Last month we had a two significant accidents on Mount Washington. Both utilized air transport based on life threatening injuries.  Following a month in the hospital recovering, one of the victims sent us a thank you email which launched a great conversation about risk, managing desires, and evaluating hazards and consequences.  Below is the thread […]

General Bulletin for Wednesday, April 27th, 2016

….But, some isolated instabilities may develop as winds pick up over the next 48hours so assure you have the skill and avalanche experience to make good stability assessments before deciding to enter, or be under, areas of new snow. Cold air between 5-15F and stiff winds on the summit over the next couple of days will allow any isolated wind slab issues to linger……