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AST 2 · Sat. Mar. 14th - Sun. Mar. 22nd
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Organized by: Christopher Barry
Start: Saturday, Mar. 14th
End: Sunday, Mar. 22ndDescription:
We're partnering up again this year with Canada West Mountain School to offer discount AST-2 courses. By signing up for the VOC's private courses, you get a discount of about 25% off their standard AST-2 price. You can read more about the AST-2 course on CWMG's website. This course will consist of two sessions:
- Saturday-Sunday March 14-15, morning classroom session, afternoon field session in Mount Seymour Provincial Park, no lift pass required (weather dependant). Further session ties and locations will be discussed Saturday morning.
- Saturday-Sunday 21-22
To be guaranteed a spot on this trip, you must signup and pay at the link provided. You are responsible for transportation for all sessions. You can use the message board link provided to find rides.
Strong Intermediate or higher level skiing or snowboarding experience. Touring equipment or split-board required. Previous avalanche training (AST-1 or equivalent) required.
Posted: 2019-11-04 12:37:32
Last modified: 2019-11-04 12:39:31