Rider survives big avalanche in Arosa


By Arjen on 26 January 2016 · 1

Kevin Bantli was very lucky today at the Weisshorn in Arosa,Switzerland, on Sunday. He triggered a huge slide and simply just was lucky to outrun it. It doesn't look like he's wearing a backpack (so he probably doesn't bring a shovel and probe). You can already see some avalanches that came down before on the same face in the back. This guy was lucky. Very lucky.

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  • Chester_Tartsnatcher
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    Chester_Tartsnatcher op 27 January 2016 · 15:08
    It appears that there were already a number of slides that had occurred already judging by the avalanche debris in the background.

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