Safety and avalanche rescue trainingWould you like to improve your avalanche risk management? Check our trainings!
That’s why in our course we build on the basis of your knowledge and your past experience to give you the most out of it. Thus, we split our course in two levels:
Basic level: No previous experience necessary; we teach you the fundamentals about the rescue equipment (avalanche transeiver, probe and shovel), explain to you the pros and cons of the newest devices, test the most up-to-date avalanche transeivers on the market; we exercise in theory and in the field the search of an avalanche victim.
Expert level: Fundamental understanding of the functions and the use of avalanche transeivers and the search for avalanche victims is required and you should have already done some skiing tours by yourself in the terrain. On the basis of your knowledge we’ll go deeper into rescue situations, if requested also with some exercises in the field (e.g. a complex avalanche exercise with multiple victims buried alive). The focus of the course is to learn how to plan the best and safest route with the help of the latest avalanche report, the current terrain situation as well as dangerous hazards and the weather condition. You will learn how & why avalanches can come down by analysing and understanding the structue of the snow blanket.
2 Day training: same like 1 day, however, with a more detailled theorie presentation and background information in the evening; the 2 day course offers the possibility to go much deeper into the topic.
For this course no previous knowledge is needed. A sufficient skiing technique in terrain is however required, as at most of our courses. In case you only want to learn the avalanche rescue basics, a few swings next tot he skiing slopes are enough.
1 Day avalanche and rescue basics course starts at a fee of 85€.
1 Person: 340€ // 2 Person: 175€ pP // 3 Person: 140€ pP // 4 Person: 105€ pP // 5 Person: 95€ pP // 6 Person: 85€ pP
- guiding by an UIAGM certified mountain guide (incl. also his fees)
- avalanche equipment (beacon, probe & shovel by Pieps), equipment for testing by other companies
not included are:
- your lift ticket
“Everyone who wants to move in open skiing terrain, away from the secured slopes has to be in control of avalanche equipment and rescue basics. Regular training reduced the search and increased the chances in case of a burial tremendously. In order that you effectively recognize and avoid hazardous areas, in our courses we teach you the needed know-how of snow and avalanche awareness!”