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The chequered flag - avalanche bulletins and other resources

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Avalanche bulletins for:

Andorra: http://www.meteo.ad/neu.php?idioma=1 (which AFAICT is basically simply a translation of the bulletin provided by MeteoFrance at http://www.meteofrance.com/previsions-meteo-montagne/bulletin-avalanches/andorre/OPP71

Aragonese (ie Central Spanish) Pyrenees: http://www.aemet.es/en/eltiempo/prediccion/montana?w=2&p=arn1 plus http://lameteoqueviene.blogspot.com.es/ (amateur blog, but very highly regarded)

French Pyrenees:
Pyrénées-Orientales: http://www.meteofrance.com/previsions-meteo-montagne/bulletin-avalanches/pyrenees-orientales/avdept66
Ariège: http://www.meteofrance.com/previsions-meteo-montagne/bulletin-avalanches/ariege/avdept09
Haute-Garonne: http://www.meteofrance.com/previsions-meteo-montagne/bulletin-avalanches/haute-garonne/avdept31
Hautes-Pyrénées: http://www.meteofrance.com/previsions-meteo-montagne/bulletin-avalanches/hautes-pyrenees/avdept65
Pyrénées-Atlantiques: http://www.meteofrance.com/previsions-meteo-montagne/bulletin-avalanches/pyrenees-atlantiques/avdept64
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@Pyremaniac, thanks I'll post these at the top of the thread.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Hi jbob, note that the report for the Val d'Arán (Baqueira) should be http://lauegi.conselharan.org/boletines/ - the link you currently have in your main post is fixed to a certain date in the past.

Also note that the link you have for "Spain" is actually specifically for the Catalan (Eastern Spanish) Pyrenees. (There are a number of ski resorts in Spain outside of the Pyrenees, albeit that they get very little press here on sH!)

Finally, I recommend you group all the Pyrenean resources together (Catalan, Val d'Arán and Aragonese Pyrenees on the Spanish side, then Andorra, and finally French Pyrenees; if I figure out what the correct resource is for the Navarran (Western Spanish) Pyrenees is, I'll post it in due course).

Thanks for the great work!
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Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
@Pyremaniac, thanks.
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Here's a new one for the Valle de Canfranc (Western Spanish Pyrenees): http://www.alurte.es/boletin.php
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 Then you can post your own questions or snow reports...
Then you can post your own questions or snow reports...
@Pyremaniac, thanks added.
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After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
There's an app which contacts the mountain rescue team in the Tirol giving them your grid ref, name, email address etc if you need assistance. There may be others elsewhere. It's in the App Store as; Notfall App Bergrettung Tirol. (Sorry I haven't got a link).

Perhaps if they become more widespread it would be worth making an index of providers on this thread.
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http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3978316/British-skier-40-killed-avalanche-Austria-group-swept-away-falling-snow-ice.html
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http://nltimes.nl/2016/11/28/dutch-snowboarders-caught-austrian-avalanche-one-killed
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WiznaeMe wrote:
There's an app which contacts the mountain rescue team in the Tirol giving them your grid ref, name, email address etc if you need assistance. There may be others elsewhere. It's in the App Store as; Notfall App Bergrettung Tirol. (Sorry I haven't got a link).

Perhaps if they become more widespread it would be worth making an index of providers on this thread.


https://www.echo112.com - android and apple app developed in Swiss but now operational in all Europe (claimed) that texts the emergency operator your GPS location. Always better to short circuit the emergency operator and go straight to the local team if you can though, I usually "favourite" the local call out number in my phone - usually found on the piste map.
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And love to help out and answer questions and of course, read each other's snow reports.
Pyremaniac wrote:
Hi jbob, note that the report for the Val d'Arán (Baqueira) should be http://lauegi.conselharan.org/boletines/ - the link you currently have in your main post is fixed to a certain date in the past.


I see that link is now throwing a 404 but it maybe that reports have yet to start this year.

That said, a text version for current condition is here: http://lauegi.conselharan.org/boletines/informacion-de-pretemporada-2/

This is the graphical one: http://lauegi.conselharan.org/boletin-de-prevision-de-aludes/

Maybe Pyremaniac can confirm, my Spanish isn't great.
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So if you're just off somewhere snowy come back and post a snow report of your own and we'll all love you very much
http://niseko.nadare.info/
only for Niseko area

The overall info is mainly in Japanese:
http://www.nadare.jp/avalanche-info/
(machine translation can lead to misunderstanding).
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 You know it makes sense.
You know it makes sense.
AndAnotherThing.. wrote:
Pyremaniac wrote:
Hi jbob, note that the report for the Val d'Arán (Baqueira) should be http://lauegi.conselharan.org/boletines/ - the link you currently have in your main post is fixed to a certain date in the past.


I see that link is now throwing a 404 but it maybe that reports have yet to start this year.

That said, a text version for current condition is here: http://lauegi.conselharan.org/boletines/informacion-de-pretemporada-2/

This is the graphical one: http://lauegi.conselharan.org/boletin-de-prevision-de-aludes/

Maybe Pyremaniac can confirm, my Spanish isn't great.


Indeed. Since the daily bulletin isn't being released yet, let's wait and see whether the URL will start working again.
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 Otherwise you'll just go on seeing the one name:
Otherwise you'll just go on seeing the one name:
I'll be checking all the links. Any updates welcomed.
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A must-have for all freeriders: https://powunity.com/ Smile
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@MichaelHill, Hang on, I have a bit of a problem with that...

Quote:
NeverLose uses Bluetooth Smart version 4.1 as the standard connection between the smartphone app and the alarm devices. In Ski Finder mode, all components are in constant connection. If communication breaks with one or both skis, Ski Finder mode will automatically sound the alarm from the lost equipment.


Using bluetooth to pair to a device, goes out of range, starts Bleeping @96Db. Ok, but seeing that recent post show that there can be significant issues with keeping live a smartphone near to a transceiver, is it a wise move?
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