Adam is the owner of Snow Safety Australia
Snowboarding since first ski trip to Italy in 1999.
Cert IV Training and Assessment (TAE40110)
Adam Has been delivering avalanche training in Australia and overseas since 2014.
Travels on: Splitboard, Touring Skis or Snowshoes.
Specialty : Splitboard touring, Avalanche Instructor.
Favourite Australian zone : Carruthers Peak NSW, Razorback VIC.
Favourite international destination : Gulmarg.
Bucket list destinations : Kamchatka, Chile and the Arctic Circle.
A member of Avalanche Canada, Avalanche Australia, CAA , Austrian Alpine Club and IATG and SIA
Proud Supporter of POW
Marcus is a Ski Patroller at Fernie in B.C. Canada in the Northern Hemisphere Winter and a Ski Patroller at Thredbo in the Australian Winter.
Travels on: Touring Skis, Splitboard or Snowshoes.
Specialty : Ski touring, Avalanche Instructor.
Avalanche tech for Avalanche Australia
Tom Robb has been working as an outdoor educator and adventure tour guide for the past 13 years.
Tom has certificates to guide Backcountry Touring, canoeing, bushwalking, rock climbing, abseiling, surfing, snowboarding, snorkelling and mountain bike riding.
Michaela Davis - Meehan
We first met Michaela when she booked on an avalanche course in 2014.
Since then Michaela has won the Freeride World Qualifier Tour for 2019. Winning the FWQ has secured Michaela a spot on the elite Freeride World Tour (FWT) in 2020, making her one of six female
snowboarders and the only Australian athlete (ski or snowboard) to
compete in this extreme event.
Despite her achievements, Michaela’s road to success hasn’t been
easy. A potentially career ending accident resulted in a broken back
in 2010 when she was competing in an elite slopestyle event in
Mammoth, California. This required two grueling surgeries, and
intensive rehab to be able to compete at the highest level again.
With determination, bravery and resilience, Michaela fought her way
back to be selected for the Australian Olympic Shadow team and
compete in the World Championships in Slopestyle.
She later switched her focus to filming (Persian Powder) and to
freeride. After a year off with a knee reconstruction in 2017/18,
Michaela went on to have her best ever year in international
competition, winning the FWQ and her spot in the professional FWT
Michaela will be hosting alongside Snow Safety Australia a "Women in the Backcountry" Avalanche course in Jindabyne this year and we will continue to support her on her path to becoming the FWT for 2020.
Images by Andrew Mazzocato.
Jacqui has spent many season living and working in some great Alpine locations
Vail - Colorado - USA 1998-99
Fernie - BC - Canada 1999-2002
Christchurch - NZ 2003-2004
Travels on: Splitboard
Favourite International destination: Canada
Bucket list destinations: Alaska, Austria