Avalanche Center Home Quiz - Spring Avalanches

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1) Which factors are good in spring and early summer?
2) When corn skiing with a good overnight refreeze the biggest danger on an early ascent is:
3) An early finish is important in spring because:
4) The best indication, while spring skiing, that a loose wet snow slide hazard is developing is:
5) Common starting points for afternoon loose wet slides are:
6) Which of the following is NOT an important factor in avoiding icefall avalanches:
7) The most important (more than one may be important) factor in new snow avalanches in spring is:
8) The most important factor in deep (over 5-6') wet slab avalanches is:
9) The quality of corn snow and the loose wet slide hazard varies at a given time depending on:
10) The most common avalanche victim activity in mid to late spring is:

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