AAIC Reports

Corporate Reports The Alaska Avalanche Information Center is proud to provide updates on our progress and projects through these reports. Please let us know if you have any questions or would like more information AAIC 2015.2016 Season Report ALASKA DEPT. OF PUBLIC SAFETY – Progress report April 2016   2015 Annual Project Report 2015 AAA TAR […]

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Backcountry Safety Training

In Alaska, the backcountry often begins right outside your door. If you ride a snowmobile or ATV, ski, hike, bike, snowshoe, hunt or boat, you know that the backcountry is where you will experience some of your greatest adventures. But if or when something goes wrong, are you prepared? If you become trapped by weather, […]

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Erik Peterson Memorial Fund

The ERIK PETERSON Memorial fund was established in 2015, one-year after Erik died in an avalanche December 6, 2014 in the Eastern Alaska Range, by a group of his students in the Anchorage area. Tonya Parish spearheaded the effort to host the Erik Peterson Memorial Fun Run on Dec. 6, 2015 to remember her beloved track […]

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Johnny Soderstrom Memorial Scholarship Fund

The Johnny Soderstrom Memorial Scholarship Fund encourages young mountain enthusiasts to acquire avalanche education in order to improve decision making and increase their level of safety and awareness in the backcountry. Awards range from partial to full scholarship depending on an individuals’ needs and the cost of the chosen avalanche course. Applications are accepted throughout […]

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Mike O’Leary Memorial Avalanche Education Scholarship

Congratulations to James Smith, Jason Severs, John Tierney, and Kevin Salys, the 2016 recipients of the Mike O’Leary scholarship. They will be attending their Level 2, Level 1s, and Level 3 in 2016! Mike O’Leary Fund Application Avalanche education is not always easy to afford and/or travel to. The Mike O’Leary Scholarship is for individuals […]

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A timely reminder

Happy Holidays! Vacation days mean it’s time to get out and play. In light of recent snowfall followed by warm weather and melting, AAIC urges you to THINK SAFETY FIRST. Pay close attention to Mother Nature, follow the weather forecast, and check the avalanche forecast and advisories in the the specific area you’ll be exploring. We can’t […]

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Membership with AAIC

The Alaska Avalanche Information Center (AAIC,) a not-for-profit agency, was built to help you make informed decisions in the Alaskan backcountry. The cost of producing observations, advisories and providing other avalanche information/education programs is paid for by our members, donors, grants and contracts. We depend on users like you to help support the Alaska Avalanche […]

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Welcome to our new website.

It’s been a long time coming, and AAIC is pleased to share a new website with the outdoor enthusiasts community. Our hope is that you find the site informative and insightful to help you stay safe in the backcountry. Avalanche advisories are followed by education, events and the latest avalanche related news and information. We’d […]

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