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This mentorship event is a replacement to the 2 day event based out of Lake Louise Hostel. It is part of the AMP
(Alpine Mentorship Program) organized by the
ACC Calgary section jointly with ACMG Guide
Brent Peters and PeakStratagem. Brent will run the Saturday evening trip planning event on Zoom and Erica Roles will be teaching this event on the Sunday.
In this professionally guided and mentored 1.5 day event we will spend a few hours on the Saturday evening planning the following day.
We will meet at TBC on the Sunday at 0830. From here we will head out to the field for a full day of skiing and mentorship with our guide and mentor.
We will learn to improve our assessment and understanding of our Rocky Mountain continental snow pack from the mentoring of a professional guide. Learn tips and tricks on trip planning, selection of objectives, routes and alternate routes and how to make effective snowpack assessments when planning and when on the uptrack and the downtrack. Ask lots of questions! Improve our ability to safely travel, ski and have fun in the backcountry.
Uptrack pace for this AMP-Level-1 event will be moderate, with frequent stops for snowpack discussions and assessments. Be prepared for up to about 700-1000 vertical meter days and black diamond skiing down (it need not be pretty or fast - fun learning is the objective!).
AST-1 (Avalanche Safety Training Level-1) or higher is a preferred minimum requirement.
Our guide will make the final decisions regarding ski objectives but we will have group planning discussions based on avi conditions, etc, to select our objectives.
The cost is $125. Interested?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your experience and she will get straight back to you. Once accepted on the trip you will need to pay using the PayPal button below. Once payment has been received you will be transferred to the confirmed list.
Required Items to Bring:
Beacon, probe, shovel, skis or splitboard,
poles, skins and the other usual stuff
(sunglasses, goggles, spare warm clothing,
Enough food and liquid for a full day on the
Mask and hand sanitiser.
There will be no formal carpool due to COVID. We can make arrangements amongst ourselves as desired.
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Registration for this event closed on Friday, February 12, 2021 at 12:00 AM.