mrchad9 wrote:There will be avalanches all over. Just walk on the path of the most recent slide and you should be safe no?
mrchad9 wrote:No just jump over it of course.
I may go next weekend to practice!
Steve1215 wrote:it woud be good time to practice getting cov ered by huge avalanche and digging your self out, or practice jumping head first into some crevasses
clmbr wrote:Steve1215 wrote:it woud be good time to practice getting cov ered by huge avalanche and digging your self out, or practice jumping head first into some crevasses
I don’t think that would be feasible in a solo scenario, so maybe someone would team up with me and dig me out. However, we will use no rope or avalanche beacon or even a shovel to make it more challenging and accidental.
Actually there are two benefits from not registering my climb: 1) no one would bother me if I’m overdue, and 2) I don’t have to pay the climbing fee. However, not telling anyone where I’m going may trig a 911 alarm if overdue. I’ll tell them I’m going for vacation to Europe.Steve1215 wrote:. . . its also important to not check in with the rangers first, and leave no word with anybody about where you are going
This is a great idea too. It may even prevent from falling in a narrow crevasse. I’ll take a couple of self-inflating party-balloons instead, cheaper solution.Steve1215 wrote:avalanche airbag "float" system
telewoman wrote:Current Conditions~
Have a great weekend!
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