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Valid on 5 May 2022
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EASTERN CANADA'S ONLY
AVALANCHE SAFETY CENTRE

Our expertise

Awareness-building

We travel across Quebec to meet outdoor enthusiasts. Our activities include virtual events and participating in targeted events.

Forecast

From December 1 to April 30, the Avalanche Forecast Bulletin is published daily to guide you and help plan your outing.

Training

Every winter, a multitude of avalanche safety, search and rescue, and weather courses are offered to the public and professionals. All instructors are certified by the Canadian Avalanche Association (CAA).

DURING THE 2020-2021 SEASON:

57

avalanches, both natural
and triggered by human
intervention, recorded

82

days with an avalanche danger level

129

bilingual avalanche bulletins
published

730

people trained in the
CSA1, CSA1+ and CSA2 courses

730

people trained in the
CSA1, CSA1+ and CSA2 courses

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BE OUR EYES ON THE GROUND

By sharing your observations, you contribute to the accuracy of the avalanche bulletin and to the safety of all Chic-Chocs backcountry riders

File an avalanche observation or avalanche incident report (confidential)

Create a MIN report on the Mountain Information Network to share an avalanche observation or incident (public)

BE OUR EYES ON THE GROUND

By sharing your observations, you contribute to the accuracy of the avalanche bulletin and to the safety of all Chic-Chocs backcountry riders

File an avalanche observation or avalanche incident report (confidential)

Create a MIN report on the Mountain Information Network to share an avalanche observation or incident (public)