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By Vandergriff, K.U.; (US); Oak Ridge National Laboratory.; United States. Dept. of Energy. Office of Scientific and Technical Information

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Use traction devices and trekking poles. On steep, icy slopes, opt for crampons and ice axe. Use microspikes on snowy trails that have been packed by foot traffic. 4. WALK CAREFULLY. With your trekking pole in your uphill hand, traverse moderately steep slopes (up to about 30 degrees), kick-stomping each foot to displace snow for traction. 5. HANDLE STEEPS. If the terrain drops off and you can't retreat, face into the slope for extra stability. Side step, kicking platforms for each foot and making sure all spikes are in contact with the snow.

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