12 Pro Tips for Backcountry Travel

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AIARE 1 avalanche training course participants record snow observations during their field days.

Our AIARE Level 1 avalanche training course is a great introduction to backcountry travel and avalanche risk mitigation. But it’s just that, an introduction. Heck, people have Ph.D.’s in snow hydrology! Whether you’re a newly trained backcountry traveler or an experienced veteran, it’s important to continually progress your skills.

Get Pro Tips for Backcountry Travel

To help with that, our friends at Gear Junkie sat down with a few of our avy instructors and mountain guides to get some pro tips. Read the article to get twelve expert tips to help you plan for and travel in and/or around backcountry and avalanche terrain. Check out the full list in the Gear Junkie article.

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