When:Saturday, April 12 2014
Where:K2 Mountain Education Center
An introduction to safe travel in the backcountry. This 6-hour course covers the basics from understanding the avalanche/weather forecast to what safety gear is required. It will also include the basics of recognizing avalanche terrain, snow pack observations, transceiver use and companion rescue. The class starts inside, then will be outside for skills practice. Come prepared to be outdoors. No special gear is required for this class. This class has a minimum of three students and maximum of 15.
For more information on our Avalanche & First Aid Education courses, you can visit our full course listing HERE or call 206-812-4510 ext. 4178 to speak with our Mountain Education Coordinator.
To register, please call our Sales & Reservations office at 206-812-4510 ext. 4206.