Colorado has had a super weird year when it comes to snow pack. It snows a couple feet one day and then is nearly 70 degrees the next making snow pack unpredictable and especially deadly this year. Before you get out there to earn your turns, make sure you take all of the necessary precautions to be safe and make sure you have all the right gear. If you live in Colorado and want a one-stop-shop for everything you need to now about avalanches including current conditions, weather reports, forums to talk to others about what its like out there, various places to find avalanche safety courses, or guides about what/how to buy gear, then check out this website: https://sites.google.com/colorado.edu/avalanchesafety/home?utm_source=Direct&utm_medium=SocialPost&utm_campaign=NSCampaign
I had to make this website for a digital marketing project while I'm attending the University of Colorado, Boulder. I think all of the content could be very helpful to a lot of you guys out there and encourage you to use this website. I will keep it updated for the coming years and I want to know if there's any ways to improve it to make sure that everyone is getting what they need to know and can visit only one website to do so.