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February 2018
$395

AAS Level 1 Avalanche Course, Turnagain Pass, Alaska

February 24 - 26

This intensive, hands-on course is geared toward skiers, boarders, climbers, and other outdoor enthusiasts who want to build winter backcountry skills. The Level 1 course combines classroom time and field sessions to provide a comprehensive overview of avalanche hazard recognition and evaluation. By the end of the three-day course, graduates will be able to: Make a trip plan Gather pertinent information Know what kind of avalanche problem they face Know the patterns of that problem Choose appropriate terrain for the…

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$125

Backcountry Skiing/Snowboarding Skills

February 25
Arctic Valley Ski Area,
Arctic Valley Road Anchorage, AK 99577 United States
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Are you new to backcountry skiing or snowboarding? Do you want to make the most of your “earned turns?” This is a full-day clinic focused on backcountry skiing and riding skills in preparation for truly enjoying your backcountry experience and safety. Students will spend the morning on groomed slopes focusing on making good turns and learning proper technique. Students will then progress off the groomers to learn the techniques for riding off-piste slopes and practicing skills in variable terrain and…

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$395.00

AAS Level 1 Avalanche Course, Alyeska Resort, Alaska

February 27 - March 1

This intensive, hands-on course is geared toward skiers, boarders, climbers, and other outdoor enthusiasts who want to build winter backcountry skills. The Level 1 course combines classroom time and field sessions to provide a comprehensive overview of avalanche hazard recognition and evaluation. By the end of the three-day course, graduates will be able to: Make a trip plan Gather pertinent information Know what kind of avalanche problem they face Know the patterns of that problem Choose appropriate terrain for the…

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March 2018
$465.00

AAS Level 1 Avalanche Course, Hatcher Pass, Alaska

March 3 - 5
Hatcher Pass Independence Mine Visitor's Center,

This intensive, hands-on course is geared toward skiers, boarders, climbers, and other outdoor enthusiasts who want to build winter backcountry skills. The Level 1 course combines classroom time and field sessions to provide a comprehensive overview of avalanche hazard recognition and evaluation. By the end of the three-day course, graduates will be able to: Make a trip plan Gather pertinent information Know what kind of avalanche problem they face Know the patterns of that problem Choose appropriate terrain for the…

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$125

Backcountry Skiing/Snowboarding Skills

March 4
Arctic Valley Ski Area,
Arctic Valley Road Anchorage, AK 99577 United States
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Are you new to backcountry skiing or snowboarding? Do you want to make the most of your “earned turns?” This is a full-day clinic focused on backcountry skiing and riding skills in preparation for truly enjoying your backcountry experience and safety. Students will spend the morning on groomed slopes focusing on making good turns and learning proper technique. Students will then progress off the groomers to learn the techniques for riding off-piste slopes and practicing skills in variable terrain and…

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$110.00

AAS Level 1 Avalanche Snowmachine Class Girdwood/Turnagain

March 9 @ 6:30 pm - March 11 @ 5:30 pm
Glacier Ranger Station,
145 Forest Station Rd Girdwood,

What you will learn in Level 1 Snowmachine course: avalanche formation and release identify avalanche terrain the basics of trip planning optimal use of tools and resources like the avalanche forecasts to mitigate your avalanche risk use appropriate travel techniques in avalanche terrain intro to companion rescue Instructors: Graham Predeger and Mike Duffy

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$465.00

AAS Level 1 Avalanche Course, Manitoba Hut, Alaska

March 10 - 12
Manitoba Hut,

This intensive, hands-on course is geared toward skiers, boarders, climbers, and other outdoor enthusiasts who want to build winter backcountry skills. The Level 1 course combines classroom time and field sessions to provide a comprehensive overview of avalanche hazard recognition and evaluation. By the end of the three-day course, graduates will be able to: Make a trip plan Gather pertinent information Know what kind of avalanche problem they face Know the patterns of that problem Choose appropriate terrain for the…

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$395

AAS Level 1 Avalanche Course, Hatcher Pass, Alaska

March 13 - 15
Hatcher Pass,

This intensive, hands-on course is geared toward skiers, boarders, climbers, and other outdoor enthusiasts who want to build winter backcountry skills. The Level 1 course combines classroom time and field sessions to provide a comprehensive overview of avalanche hazard recognition and evaluation. By the end of the three-day course, graduates will be able to: Make a trip plan Gather pertinent information Know what kind of avalanche problem they face Know the patterns of that problem Choose appropriate terrain for the…

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