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Learn How to Save Lives in the Mountains

Activity type: Mountaineering
Activity level: Easy

10 Jan 2020 - 10 Feb 2020

Duration: 1 Day(s) / Tour with flexible start dates
Price: from $430

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Snow avalanche is definitely the biggest risk facing the winter climber, skier or rider. Understanding avalanche risk, avalanche terrain, weather factors and companion rescue are essential skills for anyone recreating in the mountains in winter. In many cases, as demonstrated by high profile out of bounds ski resort avalanche incidents, some victims didn’t even realize they should have been concerned about avalanches. Recognizing avalanche terrain and making informed decisions are cornerstones of recreational avalanche courses.

The key to your safety outside the prepared slopes is regular training and getting up-to-date knowledge on working with avalanche equipment. In this course you will get acquainted with the most important principles of avalanche equipment handling (sensor, shovel, probe), work out several scenarios for finding an avalanche and the most effective methods of digging out from under the snow.

Maksim with his profound experience knows how dangerous mountains can be if you are not prepared. He will share his knowledge with you that might save your life or the life of your beloved ones in the future.

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Price includes

  • Phorograohy

Not included in price

  • Avalanche kit (avalanche sensor, shovel and probe)
  • Clothes according to weather conditions

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Mountain Planet Travel

Australia, Sydney

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Italy, Madonna di Campiglio, Trentino-Alto Adige, Provincia di Trento, Pinzolo



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