Dates: February 1-3, 2018
Meets: Th 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM; Sat 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Location: Arts & Technology Building 204
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Classroom and Field
Recognize and understand obvious avalanche hazards through both a classroom and a field session. Course will cover terrain, snowpack and weather factors, trip planning and preparation, and backcountry travel protocols.
Required gear: Must provide your own modern working avalanche transceiver, avalanche shovel (no plastic blades) and avalanche probe. Also must have your own registered snowmobile/snowbike that is in good working order. In order to register, will need the following snowmobile information: make, model, and year.
The Thursday class will be held on the FVCC campus. The Saturday class will be held at Canyon Creek. Transportation is on your own. Dress appropriately for all weather conditions. Provide your own lunch.
The Thursday class will meet in the Arts & Technology Building, Room 204 on the FVCC campus. The Saturday class will meet at Canyon Creek located north of Columbia Falls. Transportation is on your own. Provide your own lunch. Wear appropriate clothing.
You are required to have a fully operational modern avalanche transceiver (457kHz), an avalanche shovel (no plastic blades) and an avalanche probe. Also, you must have your own registered snowmobile/snowbike that is in good working order. Snowmobile/snowmachine information needed: Make, Model, Year, Is it registered and in good working order?
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|Course Fee (Basic)||TUITION||$ 40.00|
|Course Fee (Alternate)||SENIOR||$ 35.00|
|Mandatory Fee||CEC||$ 5.00|
Arts & Technology Building 204
|02/01/2018||Thursday||6 PM to 9 PM ||Arts & Technology Building 204 |
|02/03/2018||Saturday||9 AM to 4 PM ||Off Campus - Columbia Falls Columbia Falls |