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g. Snow Trench. A snow trench is a short-term shelter used on extremely hard pack snow and when trees or building materials are not available, (i.e., alpine and glacier environments). Blocks of snow or ice are cut and placed to build this shelter.

BLOCKS FROM TRENCH

BLOCKS FROM TRENCH

Snow Trench

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SNOW TRENCH (FIRST STEP)

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SNOW TRENCH (FIRST STEP)

Snow Trench Construction

SNOW TRENCH

h. Snow Coffin. A snow coffin is built for 1-4 men for extended periods of time. It is a variation of the snow trench and A-frame, which requires at least 4 feet of compacted snow.

(1) Basic principles for construction.

(a) Dig a trench into the snow approximately 3 feet wide, 8-12 feet long, and 4 feet deep.

(b) Dig a cold hole into the floor of the trench and sleeping platforms (coffins) off the sides of the trench.

(c) Cover the top of the trench for added protection with either an A-frame or poncho/tarp.

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