Avalanche Safety (2) - In the Mountains

Avalanche Safety is essential for survival while you’re in the mountains in winter. This video briefly explains how to behave and react in case of an avalanche accident while skiing or snowboarding. Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/mysimpleshow Authors: Nikolaus Kramheller, Lisa-Marie Grimmer, Theresa Sieder, Ilya Kompasov For more information on avalanche safety please always consult with local services. You can find general information on avalanche safety on the following websites: www.avalanche.org (for North America) www.avalanches.org (for Europe) In case of emergency please call 911 (for North America) or 112 (for Europe). Sources in English: http://www.avalanche.org http://www.avalanches.org/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avalanche https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avalanche_rescue http://www.avalanche.org/tutorial/tutorial.html Sources in German: http://www.alpenverein.de/chameleon/public/8185d319-e8bb-9a95-e333-087ef897334d/Flyer-Achtung-Lawine_18476.pdf

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