January 23, 2020
25 Years Deep: BCA’s Bruce Edgerly recounts the many milestones to making backcountry travel safer and more accessible.
Backcountry Access will launch its next generation Tracker4 transceiver, Contour climbing skins and new 2020/21 product line at the upcoming ISPO Munich and Outdoor Retailer shows.
Bruce Edgerly shows off ‘Big Blue’, a prototype that proved an avalanche transceiver could contain two antennae and process a signal digitally to show distance and direction.
Attention guides, avalanche schools, and casual radio users: the FCC is cracking down on unauthorized radios. The FCC Rules for radios you need to know are here.
BCA welcomes Craig Hatton as its new General Manager.
Simplicity is Speed – this is the Tracker S avalanche transceiver, with all the performance of the Tracker3 in a more affordable package.
Watch videos on how to properly install air cylinders and accessories and how to repack the Float 2.0 avalanche airbag system for fastest airbag deployment.
Educate yourself, make good decisions, and know before you go! The U.S. 2019-20 avalanche course schedules are here.
The 2019 Ski-Doo Avalanche Awareness class schedule in the U.S. and Canada is here.