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Private AST-2 VOC (2 weekends) · Sat. Feb. 10th, 2024 - Sun. Feb. 18th, 2024

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Organized by: Peter Gledhill.

Start: Saturday, Feb. 10th
End: Sunday, Feb. 18th
Pre-trip meeting location: Refer to Canada West Mountain School


This AST2 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:,133757). If you need to rent equipment (for free) for this trip please come to VOC gear hours before the AST2 trip that you signed up for.

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

"This is a Private custom AST-2 course organized for members of the Varsity outdoors Club (VOC). Our popular AST-2 course over 2 weekends allows you to track changes in the snowpack over an 8-day period. The foundation of avalanche safety is terrain, and our unique format gets you exploring terrain in 4 alpine locations including the Duffey Lake region, Whistler, Blackcomb and Seymour. Taught by Professional Members of the Canadian Avalanche Association and industry experts, our AST-2 is designed for skiers and boarders seeking adventures that require travel in Challenging or Complex Terrain.

Pre Requisites: 
Strong intermediate/advanced, or higher skiing or snowboarding experience, with backcountry touring experience. Ski Touring or Splitboard equipment w/climbing skins required. Previous avalanche training (AST-1 or equivalent) required. Minimum age of 16 years."

Posted: 2023-09-12 20:58:28
Last modified: 2023-09-13 13:42:44