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AST-1 PLUS VOC · Sat. Jan. 27th, 2024 - Sun. Jan. 28th, 2024

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Organized by: Peter Gledhill.

Start: Saturday, Jan. 27th
End: Sunday, Jan. 28th
Pre-trip meeting location: Refer to Canada West Mountain School


This AST1 trip is provided throught Canada West Mountain School and signing up for this trip should be done through the provided link on the message board (this is a link to the message board:,133756). If you need to rent equipment (for free) for this trip please come to VOC gear hours before the AST1 trip that you signed up for.


This is info taken from the Canada West Mountain School sign-up page:


"This is a Custom Private AST-1 PLUS course offered to active members of the UBC Varsity Outdoor Club only. Please review the information in the Tabbed sections below, select your course date to the right, and then click on the “BOOK NOW” link in order to register and pay to confirm your course. For further information, please email the Canada West Mountain School office or contact the VOC Course Coordinator.

Pre Requisites: 

Intermediate skiing or snowboarding level. No previous avalanche training required. Students must be comfortable in a variety of snow conditions skiing/boarding with a pack on."

Posted: 2023-09-12 20:35:32
Last modified: 2023-09-13 13:40:00