2022/2023 Avalanche Education Series

Event Recordings

Maximizing the Avalanche Forecast – 

ESAC Forecaster Everett Phillips discusses Strategies to Maximize the use of the products we offer at the Eastern Sierra Avalanche Center, and Ways for you to share information and help make our products better.

The Art Of the Observation

Steve Mace, Center Director / Lead forecaster at ESAC discusses the importance of public field observations and strategies to create the most useful and timely contributions.

2022 Eastern Sierra Avalanche Workshop

Event Recordings


A Public Health Approach to Avalanche Education – Kelly McNeil Ph.D, Eastern Oregon University, Wallowa Avalanche center


Snowpack Visualization Tools: A Practitioner Perspective – Clancy Nelson, Forecaster ESAC


2022/2023 Winter Outlook – Chris Smallcomb, Head Meteorologist in Charge National Weather Service, Reno


Characteristics of human-triggered avalanches that occurred during low danger in southwest Montana – Alex Marienthal, Lead Forecaster, Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center


How to use the Avalanche Forecast & make quality Field Observations – Steve Mace, Center Director/Lead forecaster, ESAC


An Operational Perspective on Avalanche Safety: Avalanche Mitigation and Safety at Mammoth Mountain –  Mike Phillips, Mammoth Mountain Ski Patrol


The Art of Wet Snow: Forecasting on the Going-To-The-Sun road in Glacier National Park, Montana – Gabrielle Antonioli, Forecaster at the Bridger-Teton Avalanche Center



Bardini Incident Debrief


2021/2022 Season Kick Off Workshops


2021/2022 Avalanche Awareness Education Event Series


2020/2021 Backcountry Travel & Avalanche Education Event Series