Motorized Ladies Intro to Avalanches
Get your hands in the snow. Gain familiarity with essential concepts and practices for safe winter travel.
- Three-hour classroom session on Jan. 26
- Eight-hour field day on Jan. 28
The Thursday class will held at FVCC, and the Saturday class will likely meet at Canyon Creek located north of Columbia Falls. Transportation is on your own. Provide your own lunch. Bring a helmet and wear appropriate clothing. You are required to have a fully operational modern avalanche transceiver (457kHz), an avalanche shovel (no plastic blades) and an avalanche probe. Also, you must have your own registered snowmobile/snowbike that is in good working order. Information needed: Make, Model, Year, registered and in good working order.
Made possible by our diamond sponsors: Black Diamond Mortgage Corporation, Dream Marine, Fresh Life Church, Two Bear Air Rescue, and Whitefish Mountain Resort.