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ALPsolut PROVIDES A VARIETY OF SERVICES RELATED TO AVALANCHE SAFETY

Avalanche Forecasting

 

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In the context of the Freeride project ALPsolut creates the daily bulletin for Livigno.  

More and more skiers and snowboarders want to try the experience of abandoning the ski runs to try the emotion of skiing on fresh snow and pure white routes that are not controlled. To enable you to fulfill this passion, Livigno has set up an avalanche bulletin that is updated daily so that you are constantly informed of the risks that you may encounter when skiing off-piste.
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SNOWPACK

 

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Today the weather forecast is largely based on numerical models. Similarly, the SLF develops models to simulate the surface processes in the mountains. One such model is SNOWPACK, that describes the evolution of the snow cover and its interactions with the environment. SNOWPACK has been primarily designed to support and improve the avalanche warning, but can also be applied to many other fields. SNOWPACK is widely used to answer a large variety of questions related to ecology, climatology, hydrology or winter sports.
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Freeride Project Livigno

 

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Backcountry snow sports became a strategic resource for tourism of many alpine villages. In order to prevent accidents, this trend demands for an increased awareness of the people for avalanche related risks. In Italy, the ambiguities in national laws regarding personal liability make managing backcountry activities difficult. To tackle this problem, the “Livigno Freeride Project” was initiated with the purpose of 1) opening the backcountry for all activities and 2) improving risk management for snow avalanche problems. 
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Avalanche courses

 

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Snow is a complex material behaving highly non-linear. With our courses we try to shed some light into the complex processes occurring within the snowpack. During our classes we provide our state of the art knowledge in an understandable way. We want to share our knowledge – and not lecture it. At the same time we are heavily interested in the needs and concerns of practitioners who are out there and must take difficult decisions every day.
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