Surviving an Avalanche

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The avalanche risk is considerable for much of the province this week, but until recently it has been high.

Jim Gudjonson is a seasoned guide and passionate lover of outdoor sport.

He lives with his family in Kamloops.

When he's not skiing or climbing, he's the Director of Environment and Sustainability at Thompson Rivers University.

Three weeks ago Jim had a mountain experience that few live to talk about.

He shared it with Daybreak's Shelley Joyce.

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