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1) Most but not all avalanches (90%) occur on slopes between:

2) What type of snow is prone to avalanches at lower slope angles?

3) Avalanches are more likely to initiate on or near:

4) Which aspect is most likely to develop persistent weaknesses and remain potentially hazardous in winter?

5) Which types of slopes are more likely to be hazardous in spring, and at what time of day?

6) Which of these types of slopes are generally more hazardous and what indicates them?

7) A flag tree is:

8) Which of these is not a terrain trap?

9) Route selection begins:

10) To ascend or descend an avalanche slope:

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