In this Jan. 11, 2016, photo Eric Gullickson, front left, an avalanche instructor with the Northwest Avalanche Center, leads teenagers on an avalanche awareness field trip near Mount Baker. As more young adults head out of bounds to ski, snowboard or hike in the winter, experts are targeting their message about avalanche safety and knowledge to an even younger audience.
In this Jan. 11, 2016, photo Eric Gullickson, front left, an avalanche instructor with the Northwest Avalanche Center, leads teenagers on an avalanche awareness field trip near Mount Baker. As more young adults head out of bounds to ski, snowboard or hike in the winter, experts are targeting their message about avalanche safety and knowledge to an even younger audience. Elaine Thompson AP
In this Jan. 11, 2016, photo Eric Gullickson, front left, an avalanche instructor with the Northwest Avalanche Center, leads teenagers on an avalanche awareness field trip near Mount Baker. As more young adults head out of bounds to ski, snowboard or hike in the winter, experts are targeting their message about avalanche safety and knowledge to an even younger audience. Elaine Thompson AP

Near Mount Baker, avalanche educators target safety message at younger crowds

January 27, 2016 07:45 AM

UPDATED January 27, 2016 04:27 PM

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