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By: Marc Pearson Published: February 13, 2017 There's nothing quite like skiing in the backcountry. Fresh lines and beautiful scenery bring us back time after time. Every season the headlines come pouring in from all over the world with people being caught in avalanches. If you're going to get out in the backcountry, you're going to need some essential gear. This gear could literally save your friend's life, or your life Every time I go out in the backcountry, I go through the same mantra... Beacon Probe The backcountry snow safety essentials, as I would call them. Of course, There's a few other pieces of gear I bring with me while I'm out there too. Here the list of things you definitely need, then some that you will probably want. Before we continue…
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