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When assessing avalanche hazard, you need to account for snowpack, terrain and weather. This weatherproof fieldbook provides an easy way to summarize all of your observations and test results, helping you make better decisions in avalanche terrain.
Along with easy-to-use observation summaries, you'll find guidelines for common stability tests, user-friendly pages for recording and analyzing your pit data, useful conversion tables, trip log and avalanche danger scale. Also included are tips for efficient snowpits, a complete snow crystal reference, universal slope indicator, weather reference page and useful tips for traveling in avalanche terrain.
NEW FALL 2023: Avalanche problems & statistics, runout angle frequencies, updated stability tests, and much more!
See for yourself why avalanche professionals and serious backcountry enthusiasts have made these fieldbooks top sellers for over 20 years.
Snow and Avalanche Field Notebook
Now in its fourth edition, The Snow & Avalanche Field Notebook continues the tradition of user-focused innovation that has made these field books top sellers. Printed on water-resistant paper, these field books give you the forms, cheat sheets, and reference pages you need to make better decisions in avalanche terrain.
NOTE: This edition is fully compliant with the Snow, Weather and Avalanche Guidelines (SWAG) 4th edition (2022).
If you are unsatisfied with your Snow and Avalanche Field Notebook for any reason, you can return it for a full refund.
Please send returns (along with the reason it didn't work for you and a receipt showing the amount you paid) to:
P.O. Box 9038
Salt Lake City, UT 84109