#GivingTuesday Thanks!

For all of those of you who chose the Alaska Avalanche Information Center as your non-profit benefactor this year during #GivingTuesday, Thank You!!! from all of us who work diligently to ensure everyone has access to important, relevant information that can saves lives! We could not do what we do without your support. As the […]

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National Ski Patrol – Avalanche Level 1

2019 NSP Level I Avalanche Course Announcement The National Ski Patrol is offering this special Avalanche Level 1 in two parts.  Jan. 12-13 Classroom Portion Jan. 26-27 Field Portion  Hello Backcountry Travel Practitioners: The Anchorage Nordic Ski Patrol will be hosting an Avalanche Level 1 course this winter season.  What: Avalanche Level 1 Course (includes an […]

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Eastern Alaska Scholarship Fund

The Eastern Alaska Range is pleased to announce the 2018 scholarship award opportunity. If you would like to advance your knowledge and skill through avalanche education but don’t have the resources to make that happen on your own, this may be the opportunity you are looking for. Applications are currently being accepted. Please apply HERE

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Snow Safety Summit and Snowfest

As part of Avalanche Awareness Education month, the AAIC will host the 10th annual Snow Safety Summit on Thursday, November 8th from 9am to 4pm at the BP Energy Center. Learn more here or Please contact info@alaskasnow.org or call 907-255-2242. You can also REGISTER HERE               On Saturday, November 10th […]

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Avalanche Awareness at the Outpost

Join the crew from the AAIC, Eastern Alaska Regional Avalanche Center, October 30, 6-9 pm. to get prepared for your winter riding adventures. This three hour course will help you better understand: Avalanche Types, Human Factors Terrain selection Avalanche rescue gear Emergency response skills Do yourself and your family and friends a favor, take the […]

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Public Courtesy Notice

The AAIC proposes to install avalanche and backcountry safety information signs at 12 critical snow machine access points around the state of Alaska. The purpose of these signs is to provide riders with a physical warning denoting that they are entering a potentially dangerous area. The signs are populated with key safety information regarding where […]

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2018 Snow Summit and SnowFest

SAVE THE DATES! November – Alaska Avalanche Awareness Education Month Snow Summit – Thursday, November 8th – 10 am to 4 pm at the BP Energy Center, 1014 Energy Court, Anchorage SnowFest – Saturday, November 10th – 11 am to 3 pm at the Anchorage Loussac Public Library, 3600 Denali Street, Anchorage The Snow Summit is […]

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2018 Emergency Preparedness Expo

Join the Alaska Avalanche Information Center, along with more than 50 other exhibitors, for the 10th annual Emergency Preparedness Expo. Saturday, September 29th from 11 am to 3 pm at the Menard Sports Center in Wasilla. We’ll be on hand with live demonstrations and interactive training sessions to help you be prepared for your mountain […]

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Non-Profit’s in Alaska supporting Alaskans

Check out this video from KTVA regarding the impact non-profits are making in Alaska. The Alaska Avalanche Information Center is part of this sector, the second largest economic driver in Alaska, with the work we do as a non-profit. However making ends meet when it comes to paying for the services the AAIC provides across this […]

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