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  • No Formal Training at all

    117 35.24%
  • Classroom only

    40 12.05%
  • AST 1

    158 47.59%
  • AST 2

    17 5.12%
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  1. #111
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    Re: Avalanche Training

    Quote Originally Posted by Joholio View Post
    Will be taking the one day companion rescue this season in Sicamous if anyone want to join pm me
    Wes does a good job on that one also


    Join the sled club and it's free then
    long live the rev ...08-09 xp's are like riding a buffalo
    sleds are a 2014 xmx 163 , 2010 summit x 163 copper black mod



  2. #112
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    Re: Avalanche Training

    Quote Originally Posted by tex78 View Post
    Wes does a good job on that one also


    Join the sled club and it's free then
    ? Ive been a member 2yrs... never been to a meeting.

  3. #113
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    Re: Avalanche Training

    Quote Originally Posted by Joholio View Post
    ? Ive been a member 2yrs... never been to a meeting.
    Well then u know what to do, come to a few meetings
    long live the rev ...08-09 xp's are like riding a buffalo
    sleds are a 2014 xmx 163 , 2010 summit x 163 copper black mod

  4. #114
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    Re: Avalanche Training

    I did my Snowmobile AST1 and 2 this season with She Shreds Mountain Adventures in Pemberton BC. (It is for everyone, not just the Ladies) Haha! To be Honest, it was the BEST, I haven't heard of anything Avy related for snowmobiles before that and it was totally worth it. I feel like we got so much time on the terrain because of being able to move faster using the snowmobiles compared to my friends who did it on Split-boards or Snowshoes. It also puts you on a "real-life" snowmobile setting when it comes to travel safely through exposed terrain etc etc.
    I recommend it to everyone!

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    Re: Avalanche Training

    Ast 1
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