Boot Packing

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'''[[Boot Packing]]''' The mechanical reworking of '''[[snow]]''' to harden it and to prevent depth '''[[hoar]]''' formation, usually by a large number of people walking up and down the slopes. This affects deeper layers than ski-cutting. This compresses any depth hoar which has formed and helps prevent its formation by decreasing pore space. Boot packing increases snow density and strength. This method is generally limited to small areas due to the manpower required. '''[[Boot Packing]]''' The mechanical reworking of '''[[snow]]''' to harden it and to prevent depth '''[[hoar]]''' formation, usually by a large number of people walking up and down the slopes. This affects deeper layers than ski-cutting. This compresses any depth hoar which has formed and helps prevent its formation by decreasing pore space. Boot packing increases snow density and strength. This method is generally limited to small areas due to the manpower required.
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*'''[[Snowflake Gallery]]''' *'''[[Snowflake Gallery]]'''
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*'''[[Ice pellets]]''' *'''[[Ice pellets]]'''
*'''[[Precipitation]]''' *'''[[Precipitation]]'''
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*'''[[Firnification]]''' *'''[[Firnification]]'''

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Boot Packing The mechanical reworking of snow to harden it and to prevent depth hoar formation, usually by a large number of people walking up and down the slopes. This affects deeper layers than ski-cutting. This compresses any depth hoar which has formed and helps prevent its formation by decreasing pore space. Boot packing increases snow density and strength. This method is generally limited to small areas due to the manpower required.
Boot Packing The mechanical reworking of snow to harden it and to prevent depth hoar formation, usually by a large number of people walking up and down the slopes. This affects deeper layers than ski-cutting. This compresses any depth hoar which has formed and helps prevent its formation by decreasing pore space. Boot packing increases snow density and strength. This method is generally limited to small areas due to the manpower required.

Boot Packing The mechanical reworking of snow to harden it and to prevent depth hoar formation, usually by a large number of people walking up and down the slopes. This affects deeper layers than ski-cutting. This compresses any depth hoar which has formed and helps prevent its formation by decreasing pore space. Boot packing increases snow density and strength. This method is generally limited to small areas due to the manpower required.


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CSAC Snow and Avalanche Glossary; Boot Packing [1]



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