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Winterstoke inside

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
the company my son does some work for runs a Winterstoke festival every year to offer talks and seminars etc on a wide range of backcountry activities , and is now doing an online / inside edition to help folk out whilst were stuck indoors , its a live Zoom interactive format for those who can follow at the times its run over in North America and the registration is only $5 cad and this goes to the health service , but if being up in the wee hours doesnt work then its possible to watch the each days content on you tube , there is some great presentations from the likes of chris Rubens etc and also very simple short bites on all things ski mountaineering . ive learnt loads over the last couple of days and recommend giving it a look and share the stoke .... for the live version ...... for the you tube catch up

stay safe guys , now and when we next get out in the BC snowHead
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