AWARENESS: Aspiring backcountry travelers. Always wanted to explore snowy mountainous terrain? Gain an introduction to the avalanche phenomenon, causes and risk. Learn where you can find the gear, resources, and training to responsibly enjoy winter recreation. Begin to recognize and avoid avalanche terrain.


LEVEL 1: Current and aspiring backcountry travelers. This three-day course (24 hours of instruction, combination classroom and field), taught by experienced avalanche professionals, will introduce you to the concepts of avalanche hazard assessment, decision-making, and rescue. One of two foundational courses in the A3’s recommended progression, the Level 1 will provide you with a sound understanding of the basics, including tools you can use to make decisions about when to go/not go and how to conduct yourself in and around avalanche terrain. This is a cornerstone course for any person who travels in snowy mountainous terrain.

Prerequisites: none.


RESCUE: Any individual who travels in snowy mountainous terrain. This one-day course (8 hours of instruction, combination classroom and field) focuses exclusively on how to be prepared and respond to an avalanche incident. Gain hands-on experience with techniques of companion rescue. Most avalanches that carry and/or bury a person are triggered by that person or someone in their party; an immediate response by member(s) of the group involved is the best chance for survival. Avalanche Rescue is one of two foundational courses in the A3’s recommended progression. Be ready to save a life; always travel with someone you trust to save yours.

Prerequisites: none.


LEVEL 2: Advancing winter backcountry recreationalists with prior avalanche training and experience. Are you a dedicated winter recreationalist who yearns to explore more challenging and complex avalanche terrain? If you’ve taken the Level 1 and Avalanche Rescue and are continuing to venture into the winter backcountry, then the Level 2 course is for you. Build upon the foundation you developed during your prior training. Gain a deeper understanding of the nuances and intricacies of avalanches. Further hone your hazard assessment and decision-making skills. Begin to understand how to choose terrain to match the current avalanche conditions.

Prerequisites: Level 1 and Avalanche Rescue.

  • 1 day activitye.

  • 1 person 250€.

  • 2 people 125 € p/p.

  • 3 people 90 € p/p.

  • 4 people 80 € p/p.

  • Group size max 6 people

  • Multi- Day trips on request!


  • AEGM certified Mountain Guide

  • R.C. insurance & Accidents insurance

Not included

  • lodging

To buy or other cuestion, contact us

  • Course

    2/3 days

  • When

    December/ January

  • AEGM certified mountainguide


  • R.C. & Accidents insurance


  • Lodging

    No Included

  • 1 person


  • 2 people

    125€ p/p

  • 3 people

    90€ p/p

  • 4 people

    80€ p/p

  • Group size max

    6 people



Mountain Range



December / January

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