Avalanche Level 1 (AIARE) - Decision Making in Avalanche Terrain - SoCal
Description: AIARE Avalanche Level 1 class is a 3 day/24 hour introduction to avalanche hazard management for anyone recreating in the winter backcountry including skiers, snowshoers, snowboarders. The course provides a basic understanding of avalanches, developing a framework for decision making and risk management in avalanche terrain. The course comprises classroom and field work majority of the course spent in the field. This course is operated by Sierra Mountain Center, operating under permit from the Inyo National Forest.
Skills you'll learn:
At the end of the Level One course the student should be able to: Plan and prepare for travel in avalanche terrain, Recognize avalanche terrain, Describe a basic framework for making decisions in avalanche terrain, Learn and apply effective companion rescue
Required Legal Form:
This course requires the participant to read and sign a liability release form before participating. Please see "Required Legal Form" for the session you are registering for. You will need to print, sign and bring the form to your class.
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Avalanche Level 1 (AIARE) - Decision Making in Avalanche Terrain - SoCal Information
AVALANCHE LEVEL 1 (AIARE) - DECISION MAKING IN AVALANCHE TERRAIN - SOCAL
- Class Details
- Gear List
Avalanche Level 1 (AIARE) - Decision Making in Avalanche Terrain - SoCal Gear List
Gear to bring to class:
- Lunch & Snacks
- Warm Gloves
- Synthetic / wool layers - Clothing that will stay warm when wet.
- Water Bottle
- Daypack - Day pack large enough to carry water, food and layers.
- Energy Snacks
- Warm Socks - Wool or Synthetic.
- Hat/ Sun protection - An item to help protect your face and neck from sunburn.
- Warm Hat
- Warm Jacket - Down or Synthetic.
- Insulated/Waterproof Boots - Suitable for snowshoeing.
- Hydration Compatible Day Pack - 1000-2000 cubic inches with 70-100 oz water bladder
Gear provided by REI: