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Carbondale Based Avalanche Education

Posted on November 16 2013

Avalanche Education

There is nothing better than traveling in the backcountry over a fresh blanket of snow. Just remember to do it safely.

We are working with Aspen Expedition to bring avalanche education closer to Carbondale and Glenwood Springs and up into the beautiful Crystal River Valley. There is no substitute for formal training when it comes to travel through Avalanche terrain.

Getting your AIARE Level 1 is a great start to a long and safe lifetime of backcountry travel. Sign up soon these courses will fill up. 

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