Scottish snowboard instructor dies in avalanche
Fri 08 May 09
Tragic news as Keith McIntosh, an instructor for McNab Snowsports, has died in an avalanche whilst on the UK snowboard test in Kaunertal in Austria on 5th May
36 year old Keith McIntosh was going off-piste in Kaunertal when he was buried in a huge avalanche. He was an extremely experienced backcountry rider and died a short while after being dug out.
He was attending the UK Snowboard test at the time and was married to Mel who also works for McNab snowsports and has a son.
More information can be found on McNab's website
Our condolences go out to his family
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