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Join us for our Fall Fundraiser and Movie Night - 6:30 pm Thursday, October 14, 2021 at the Orpheum Theater. Read more
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Feb. 23 4-6:30pm & Feb. 27-28, 2021NAU PRM 225 Registration
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Transceiver, probe, shovel and appropriate snow-travel equipment are required. See below link for more info.Level 1 Logistics and Important Info Precourse Questionnaire Mikee Linville Backcountry Scholarship Info.
In an effort to meet the desires of the community. We now offer custom courses with mid-week field sessions. Groups of four or more may enroll together for either a Recreational Level 1 course (5 hours online, 2 full field days) or a Recreational Level 1 Refresher (5 hours online, 1 full field day).
Contact email@example.com for more information. Scholarships are not available for these custom offerings.
The classroom component of the course has been replaced by online modules developed by American Avalanche Institute. It should take about five hours to complete the basic course work and quizzes. These modules may be started before the weekend session, and must be completed prior to receiving your certificate. There are also optional “deep dives” for those wanting more information.
There will be an online meeting, the evening before the first field day. This will run from 6:30 to 8:30.
The field portion of the course will be run by KPAC staff in the terrain surrounding Arizona Snowbowl. We will be in a large (socially distanced) group at the start and end of the day, but most of the time we will be in small groups of 1 instructor to 4 students.
Masks will be worn when social distancing cannot be maintained. Students are encouraged to enroll and pair up with ski partners during the course.
Covid mitigation mask required!