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American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education (AIARE) Avalanche Rescue is a one-day, standalone course designed to be taken every other year in order to stay up-to-date on best practices in rescue techniques and equipment. Each participant will have the opportunity to work on their skills through direct, professional coaching and will receive an Avalanche Rescue card acknowledging successful completion of the course. AIARE Avalanche Rescue is a prerequisite for the AIARE 2 and AIARE PRO 1 courses. AIARE recommends that all backcountry travelers keep their skills current by taking an Avalanche Rescue Course and receiving a Rescue card at least every other year.
Whether you’re brand new to backcountry travel or have years of experience in the field, the Avalanche Rescue course is a must for staying on top of your avy training. New students will learn the basics of companion rescue, while returning students will expand their skillset with advanced topics and simulation-based practice to help improve their skills after the course
Students who have already taken an AIARE 1 or AIARE 2 course will benefit from having experienced professionals help them set up and respond to a realistic backcountry rescue scenario. That means you can practice the full range of rescue skills while receiving immediate feedback from your instructors in the field.
Areas of focus include:
- Personal Protective and Avalanche Rescue Equipment
- Single Burial Scenarios
- Patient Considerations and Education
For more information, call our White Pine Touring Experts at 435-649-4949 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please review the Cancellation Policy specific to Avalanche courses before enrolling.