A Horrible Night Out

The skies were gray and overcast when Lawrence Agosti and friends arrived at the Primrose parking lot on the Kenai Peninsula one early February morning to ride their snowmachines. Lawrence grew up riding these mountains and knows them intimately. “I feel like I know every inch of this area from all different directions.” He also […]

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Country Legends Snow Report

4.18.19 Spring Avalanche Warning

The Alaska Avalanche Information Center here with a special report thanks to the Alaska Department of Public Safety and Country Legends 100.9. The recent snow storm that dumped more than two feet of snow in Hatcher Pass proves winter is not over yet. This storm increased avalanche danger to considerable with more mixed rain and […]

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Alaska Snow

Avalanche Season is NOT over!

Many may have been fooled by our false spring. Please folks, avalanche season is not over yet! This latest storm dropped a lot of heavy, wet snow and natural avalanches are happening every where. Stay alert and always watch for what is above you! Have a safe spring. 

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Kendall Toyota Thompson Pass

4.4.19 Snow and Trail Report

  Hey snow lovers! The Alaska Avalanche Information Center here with your weekly winter fun report thanks to Kendall Toyota and Q99.7. Early spring has the mountains shedding. This weekend it looks like our long stretch of sun is about to give way to a mix of rain and snow. Forecasters are predicting cooler night […]

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3.21.19 snow riders report

3.21.19 SNOW REPORT

AAIC Snow Report 3.21.19 Hey snow lovers! The Alaska Avalanche Information Center here with your weekly Snowrider’s report thanks to Kendall Toyota and Classic Country 100.9. Spring conditions have arrived with mixed rain and snow in the forecast.  Many reports of large natural avalanches have been observed in almost every region of the state. New […]

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Chasing Snow on Hatcher Pass

For more than ten years Jed Workman and Allie Barker have been chasing snow on Hatcher Pass.  Now thanks to support from the City of Palmer, Mat Su Parks and Trails, the Fishhook Community Council, BP Employees Foundation and dozens of individual donors, they are now able to produce a weekly professional forecast along with […]

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2.14.19 Snow Report

Hey snow lovers! The Alaska Avalanche Information Center here with your weekly snow report thanks to Kendall Toyota of Anchorage and Classic Country 100.9. It’s Iron Dog race week. The free Donlin Gold Safety Expo is set for Friday from 1 to 8 pm at the Menard Sports Center in Wasilla. Come meet the racers […]

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2.7.19 AAIC Weekly Snow Report

  AAIC Snow Report 2.7.19 Hey snow lovers! The Alaska Avalanche Information Center here with your weekly snow report thanks to AARP Alaska and Q997. It’s been a wild week with lots of new snow falling across Southcentral. Forecasters warn that avalanche hazard has been rising to considerable at upper elevations, and ‘scary’ moderate on […]

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SouthEast Riders Workshop

The AAIC team of instructors will present a Snowmobile Riders avalanche and backcountry travel workshop on Friday, March 8th from 6-8 pm at 33 Mile Roadhouse near Haines, Alaska. This portion of the course is free and open to all riders and backcountry travelers thanks to support from the Alaska Department of Public Safety. Saturday […]

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