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AIARE 1 Avalanche Course

December 26, 2015 - December 28, 2015

The AIARE 1 is a stand alone decision making course for backcountry travelers wanting to learn to manage their personal and group risk and conduct the most effective companion rescue possible in the event of an accident. We offer courses this year in Mammoth Lakes and from our Backcountry Ski Center on June Mountain! These are the best Level 1 courses in the country, developed and taught by the most experienced AIARE qualified instructors in the industry.

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Start:
December 26, 2015
End:
December 28, 2015
AIARE 1 Avalanche Course | Sierra Mountain Guides

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