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Take A Minute To Participate In Online Avalanche Survey

Published online: Apr 13, 2012 News
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In collaboration with the Canadian Avalanche Centre (CAC), a research team at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver is currently conducting an online survey on mountain snowmobiling and avalanche awareness.

The goal of the research team is to gather information on how mountain riders perceive avalanche hazard and how we decide where to ride.

The results of this study will lead to tools and services that better support our sled community.

While there are occasional references to the Canadian Avalanche Centre, this survey is geared to mountain snowmobilers in general and riders from other countries can simply substitute in their local forecast organizations as appropriate.

CLICK HERE TO BEGIN THE SURVEY Simon Fraser University - Mountain Snowmobiling Study 2012.

Simply click on 'Create personal survey account' to start.

As a token of appreciation, participants who complete the survey before May 30 will be entered in a draw for one of five two-night stays at a popular British Columbia snowmobile destination. 

Curious about which towns/hotels were selected? CLICK HERE for prize details..

Be sure to note on the first page of the survey that you were referred by Zac's Tracs. To introduce a bit of healthy fun, this Invitation has been posted on SnoWest.com as well.

Avalanche Training - Zac's Tracs

For more details just click on the town below 

(min class numbers required for programs to run)

April 14

Wetaskiwin, AB

Hi Line Polaris Suzuki

March/April 21

Golden/Valemount, BC

Quartz Creek/Valemount

CLICK HERE to view a Zac's Schedule for 2012-13 

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