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The sun was sinking into the valley when my two friends and I pulled up to the Mt. Baker Lodge for the final fieldtrip of our AIARE Level I avalanche course.
Meet Amy Whitley, the writer extraordinaire behind our NW Kids column.
Unfortunately, with any kid’s plans to “do this for the rest of my life” comes a problem that all skiing families face: Sticker Shock.
Gov. Jay Inslee signed an executive order on Feb. 19 to create a blue ribbon task force to help solve some of the major challenges
It was a slow start to winter for many Washington snow resorts, but you would never know it if you’ve been up to play in the last week.
Avalanche safety organizations in the U.S. and Canadian have partnered to invite skiers and snowboarders to create a four-minute video
The first thing I did after I arrived at Big White Dog Sled Tours in the heart of the Okanagan range above Kelowna BC was greet 30 plus wagging, yelping, enthusiastic dogs.
Check out the Northwest Avalanche Center (NWAC) Web site for information on avalanche safety
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The storm blanketing Mt. Bachelor had cut visibility down to my own skis and the fuzzy blobs that were the skiers within a few yards of me.