Time: 11 AM
Location: White River Room at Mt. Hood Meadows
Category: Special Events
Introduce and explain to students where and why avalanches occur.
Describe who gets caught and why.
Provide a basic approach to staying safe in avalanche Terrain.
This course aims to educate and encourage avalanche safety in the growing number of skiers, snowboarders and other travelers recreating in avalanche terrain. This course serves as an introduction to recognizing avalanche danger and how to reduce the risk both in and out of bounds.
Student Learning Outcomes
Learn to access local avalanche bulletins and weather reports.
Recognize basic signs of avalanche danger.
Learn to avoid avalanche danger.
Understand the need for companion rescue techniques and equipment.
The target audience for this course are skiers, riders and other recreationalists who are interested in traveling in Avalanche terrain. We recommend that, if you are already an avid backcountry enthusiast, you enroll in a multi-day avalanche course.
No required equipment is required. This course will take place indoors.
Please sign up for this FREE course by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
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