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Rappeling Into A Ski Line - Ski Mountaineering Tips Ep.6

ACMG guide Ross Berg shares some tips on how to safely rappel into a ski line to avoid hazards such as a mandatory cornice jump or steep/icy/narrow entry.

NOTE: The videos in this series do not replace proper mountain safety training. These videos are meant only as a refresher for experienced backcountry mountain travelers or as a teaser to get skier and riders excited to take a course and learn more. Ross Berg runs Altus Mountain Guides out of Squamish and Whistler, BC, offering a variety of ski mountaineering courses.

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Location: Tantalus, BC, Canada

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