AIARE Level 1 – Decision Making in Avalanche Terrain

In 2020 there will be 4 sessions of AIARE Level 1, Decision Making in Avalanche Terrain, offered.

If you ski, board or snowshoe in avalanche terrain this 24-hour standardized school will educate you about how to make decisions while in avalanche terrain, read and understand the CAIC daily avalanche report, recognize terrain while in the field.

All sessions led by Karin Pocock, AIARE Course Leader and AMGA Certified Rock Guide, AMGA Apprentice Alpine and Ski Guide, Professional Member of both American and Canadian Avalanche Associations.

Class Lecture Location is at the Georgetown Heritage Center; Field days held at Berthoud Pass, assuming CMC is granted historical permits by the USFS.

To ease the pain of weekend ski traffic congestion we are offering one session in January and one session in March at the beginning of the week.

Registration for each session is limited to 18 students.

#1 January 24, 25, 26 Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Click here to register for Session 1 FILLED

#2January 27, 28, 29 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday
Click here to register for Session 2  – FILLED
 
#3 – March 9, 10, 11 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday – Open for Registration
Click here to register for Session 3

#4 – March 13, 14, 15 Friday, Saturday, Sunday – Open for Registration
Click here to register for Session 4

Contact:  Linda Lawson 303/842-7040 or [email protected]

Click here the SALT application form.