Adrenaline Junkie Vol. 1: Avalanche Rescue

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Would you risk your life to ski the perfect powder? In 2008, there were a record number of deaths from avalanches in North America, most of which were caused by the victim or someone in their party. The explore team heads into the stunning backcountry ski areas of the Grand Teton mountains to participate in a "live" avalanche drill, and to see how ski patrol and search and rescue teams save people from being buried alive. 

 


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