Organize and practice safety on ski touring and free-hiking trips

Even the most experienced mountaineers will tell you: we do not train and we never train too much for winter mountain practice! The pre-requisite to participate in this training day is to have completed our basic training level 1 and 2, or to have already a solid knowledge. This session aims to deepen all the knowledge you already have about hiking, avalanche and DVA research. We place particular emphasis on finding victims in extremely difficult conditions and managing the hike. How to prepare for your exit? Prepare the material in his backpack? How to make his tracks on a difficult ground? During a hike, we also show you how to solve typical problems encountered with simple means.
Next training : March 20, 2019
Price per participant*1 dayInformation at +33 623 436 355
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  • The focus is on hiking
  • To make his tracks on a particularly difficult ground
  • Use of the risk estimation method in the field
  • Two long hikes with learning other resources to handle problems
  • A lot of practical training
  • Avalanche behavior under realistic and difficult conditions

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Organize and practice safety on ski touring and free-hiking trips

Training by a high mountain guide
Possible loan of material of safety
Transportation at the meeting place
Equipment rental
Accommodation and restoration
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