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AIARE Avalanche Level 1 – A Student’s Perspective

Table of Contents My Perspective Photos Video Important Avalanche Related Links GPS Data and Mapping My Perspective One of the most important things that a backcountry skier can do is to start, and continue formal Avalanche education and training.  I have put this off too long, but this past weekend I finally had the opportunity …

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The Journey

A few weeks ago I was in a meeting at work that was focused on career development. One of the speakers made a comment that really got me thinking. To paraphrase his statement it went something like this; The most important thing that you can be doing is setting and meeting objectives. If you aren’t …

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Announcing Version 1.0

I am pleased to announce the latest addition to Hi Adventure. The new site, GPS, contains the following functionality: Complete database of GPS content from Hi-Adventure posts, as well as many other “tracks” that have been recorded, (80 GPS files in the database and they contain hundreds of tracks). New “map view” feature that allows …

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What is a “Local”

A couple of weeks ago, on a nice Sunday morning in Jackson Hole, my wife and I were standing in a line for breakfast at the always popular “Nora’s Fish Creek Inn”.  The two guys in front of us were becoming very agitated and the one was on his cell phone.  Sounded like he was …

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