Lake Louise & Rogers Pass are in the Heart of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. These are both excellent locations for the Avalanche Safety Training level 2. With a variety of snowpack structure and terrain that is crucial for advanced avalanche training in the mountains, the group will plan to spend at least one day in Rogers pass and two days in the Lake Louise area. These logistics may change depending on weather and avalanche conditions.
Leading up to the course, the AAA guides will be in touch to engage the pre-trip planning for field days and to begin the forecasting process. Throughout any winter, this is an ongoing process that not only requires due diligence with note taking but also keeping an intuitive approach in regards to who you are traveling with and the mountains you want to ride.
You can expect 4 intense long days, which will begin pre morning till group debrief in the evening which may take us till 9:00pm.
This is a 4 day course which requires previous touring experience and up to date avalanche safety skills.
If you are unsure if you are ready contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or sign up for an AST 1 course.
Alpine Air Adventures is a full service guiding company; the guides have a massive amount of experience in all terrain. Ski, splitboard, ice climb, summer scrambling or mountaineering; we have the wealth of knowledge which will help you with crucial decision making on your mountain journey ahead.
Cost does not include accommodation, food, or transportation. A detailed information package will be emailed to you when you register.
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