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Major avalanche kills four ski tourers in the Maritime Alps
The most serious French avalanche of the winter has killed four ski tourers in the French Maritime Alps close to Nice. The group of 5 were holidaying in the village of Entraunes and doing day tours.
Arcalís avalanche catches two organizers of the Freeride World Tour
An avalanche in the Andorran ski resort of Arcalís on Thursday has caught two members of the Freeride World Tour, both high mountain guides, who were carrying out a safety inspection for the event sch
Two skiers killed on closed piste
A father and his 11 year old daughter have been killed by an avalanche on a closed piste in the ski resort of Val d'Isere.
Three skiers killed by an avalanche in the Hautes-Pyrenees
Three skiers, missing since Wednesday afternoon in the ski resort of Cauterets have been found under an avalanche in an off piste sector of the resort.
Dynafit turns binding pin-binding standard on its head
Dynafit have premiered a new pin binding standard at the 2018 ISPO exhibition in Munich. The new binding is said to be the lightest on the market and has picked up a ISPO Gold Award.
Pyrenean avalanche crosses piste, kills skier
An investigation is underway in the Hautes-Pyrenees resort of Gavarnie to determine the circumstances surrounding the death of a young skier in an avalanche.
Fatality in Vosges Avalanche
A 49 year old local man has been killed by an avalanche in the Vosges mountains in France yesterday.
Avalanches in the Savoie
The body of a missing skier was recovered yesterday morning close to Abondance in the Haute-Savoie. The skier had been reported missing on the 24th.
Lone skied killed by avalanche at Chamrousse
Five ski tourers have discovered the body of a lone skier under the brèche Robert sud not far from the ski pistes of Chamrousse around 10h00 today.
Warning Valley Blanche Chamonix
Following the passage of storm Eleanor, the high winds, more than 220 km/h and frost, have caused significant damage to one of the portions of the cable carrying the Panoramic Mont-Blanc cable car.
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