Any individual who travels in snowy mountainous terrain. This one-day course (8 hours of instruction, combination classroom and field) focuses exclusively on how to be prepared and respond to an avalanche incident. Gain hands-on experience with techniques of companion rescue. Most avalanches that carry and/or bury a person are triggered by that person or someone in their party; an immediate response by member(s) of the group involved is the best chance for survival. Avalanche Rescue is one of two foundational courses in the A3’s recommended progression. Be ready to save a life; always travel with someone you trust to save yours.
Students pursuing the professional track are required to take the 1 day rescue course prior to the Pro 1.
On-site course registration and check-in is promptly at 8 a.m. on the morning of your course at NOLS Facility
The Field part of the training will be held at Hatcher Pass.
Venue Phone: (907) 745-4047
Venue Website: https://www.nols.edu/en/coursefinder/locations/nols-alaska/