Course Type and Name
AIARE Pro 2
AIARE PRO 2 Foot/Snowshoe March 10-15, 2019
American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education
Red Mountain Pass/Silverton, CO
Begin: 03/10/2019; End: 03/15/2019
This course will be based at the brand new Red Mountain Alpine Lodge at Red Mountain Pass. Lodging and half board (breakfast and dinner) are included in the course cost. Please plan to bring your own lunch food, and to stay at the lodge for the course duration. The first day of class will start in Ouray, Colorado, at the San Juan Mountain Guides office. Plan to drive to Red Mountain Pass that afternoon.
The PRO 2 is an advanced professional avalanche course designed to continue the education of avalanche workers employed in ski areas, transportation, industry, ski and alpine guiding, and public forecasting centers. The course reviews best practices in avalanche risk management including data management and reporting, long term observation and documentation, risk reduction procedures, worker safety, and the development of strategies to limit the effect of bias and uncertainty on individual and team decisions.
The field travel for this program take place on foot/snowshoes. Please plan to bring snowshoes for this program! Students must be able to travel uphill at a moderate pace on snowshoes up and downhill.
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