The BC Link 2. is our next generation radio with 2 Watts of power for increased usable range. Smart Mic grill is impervious to packing with snow. On/off/channel selection dial switch is protected from inadvertent channel changing. Comes with long-lasting built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery, durable cord/base unit, and new battery percentage power display. Integrates into all BCA Float and Stash backpacks. Easily attached to other backcountry packs also.
Includes option for pre-set channel selections. Glove-friendly controls, optimized for easy handling. Smart Mic Unit provides push-to-talk button, on/off switch, volume control, battery indicator, loudspeaker, channel selection, and an earphone jack.
12 oz. / 340 g
|SMART MIC DIMENSIONS||
3.5 x 2.1 x 1.5 (in) / 9.0 x 5.4 x 4.0 cm
|BASE UNIT DIMENSIONS||
2.1 x 1.0 x 1.9 (in) / 5.5 x 2.7 x 5.0 cm
Rechargeable lithium ion battery Optional channel preset selections Compatible with all standard FRS/GMRS radios Waterproof to IP56 standards 110-Volt charger adapter connects to mini USB port on base unit
22 FRS GMRS channels + 121 sub-channels ensures minimal interference
2 Watt (FRS) conforming to new FCC rules
Approx 6 mi / 9.5 km line of sight
Approx 40 mi / 64 km line of sight
Integrated 2300mAh lithium ion battery
Battery life: up to 400 hours in standby mode
A modern backcountry ski guide for the roadside areas found along The Icefields
Parkway in Banff National Park. Includes detailed descriptions, directions, terrain photos and maps for skiing everything from chill yoyo laps to committing, no fall, lines.
This 256 page, 8.5” by 5.5” guidebook includes 151 colour pictures, 30 topo maps, 27 ski zones with 119 runs/routes leading to many hundreds of ski descents to keep even the most keen skier busy for many seasons.
Four guest writers help include the most gnarly lines found along this section of The Icefields Parkway including Grand Daddy Couloir, Gutentight Couloir and Funnel Of Death.
Marcus Baranow has dedicated the last decade of his life exploring, documenting and writing about the backcountry skiing found in and around Banff National Park. His previous books covered the area found along The Great Divide between Citadel Pass and Egypt Lake. He spends 100-150 days a year skiing in the Canadian Rockies and his blog Confessions Of A Ski Bum is regarded as a “go to” source for current conditions by many local skiers and guides. He currently lives in Lake Louise Alberta, found just minutes away from The Icefields Parkway.
The four guest writers for this book include:
The Tracker3 avalanche beacon has instantaneous real-time display-and it’s 2 percent smaller and lighter. Designed to be “pocket friendly,” T3 is the choice of guides, mountaineers, and the weight-conscious crowd. Signal Suppression (SS) and Big Picture (BP) modes for no-nonsense multiple-victim searching. Motion-sensing auto revert-to-transmit mode. Upgradeable software and electronics performance testing for Tracker3 fleet management. All transceivers include harness and batteries.
|SEARCH STRIP WIDTH||
three AAA alkaline
minimum 1 hour in search mode after 200 hours in transmit mode (approximately 250 hours in transmit only or 50 hours in search only)
|UNIT WEIGHT WITH BATTERIES||
7.6 oz. / 215 grams
4.2 oz / 120 grams
4.5 x 2.8 x 0.9 inches / 11.5 x 7.1 x 2.4 cm
Limited 5-year warranty
Assembled and tested in the USA
|PATENTS & LICENSES||
US Patent #6,167,249 & 6,484,021 B1. Certified to be in compliance with all applicable North American and European norms.
These 3-section poles make the perfect accompaniment to your splitboard and skins. These poles are super burly and can handle a good bushwhack with the best of them!
|Weight(lbs/kg)||1 lb 6 oz/620g per pair|
|Extended Range||65 to 135cm|
|Material||7075-T9 Tempered Aluminum|
|Benefits/Uses||Snow scraper, cam lock system|