- Mountain Skills Webinar Series -
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The mountain skills webinar series shares advice and tips for exploring the mountains of the American West. From helping you plan your first backpacking trip to conquering a winter fourteener, I cover a range of topics to help you with your mountain adventures.
WINTER SURVIVAL SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES
FEBRUARY 28, 2024 | 7-8 PM MOUNTAIN TIME | FREE WEBINAR
Learn essential skills to survive an unplanned night outdoors in the mountains: How to build snow shelters, start a fire, emergency first aid, and get rescued when you’re dealing with sub-zero temperatures and lots of snow.
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TIPS FOR TRANSITIONING TO CLASS THREE FOURTEENERS
Class three peaks involve a big step up in risk and exposure. There are new skills to master and new gear to use for these peaks. Learn what you need to know to safely summit a class three fourteener.
NAVIGATION IN THE MOUNTAINS WITH A MAP & COMPASS
It can be difficult to follow the route in the mountains. Trails commonly appear and disappear with many junctions, or aren’t there at all. Learn how to stay on route, and what to do if you’re lost.
SAFELY CLIMBING FOURTEENERS IN THE AUTUMN SEASON
Fall is a great time to climb fourteeners, with fewer people on the trail, cooler weather, and gorgeous aspen trees. However, there are also more significant risks involved, mostly from snow and cold.
HOW TO CLIMB YOUR FIRST COLORADO FOURTEENEER
Interested in summiting one of Colorado’s 14,000 foot peaks? You have 58 mountains to choose from. Here’s everything you need to know for a safe and successful trip.
ALTITUDE SICKNESS 101: SCIENCE, PREVENTION & TREATMENT
What causes altitude sickness, and what are its symptoms? How can you prevent it and treat it if it occurs? We cover all this and more in this free webinar session. Watch it below anytime.
HOW TO CLIMB A COLORADO FOURTEENER IN WINTER WITHOUT GETTING RESCUED
Climbing a fourteener in winter is no easy task. You must safely make it through freezing temperatures, deep snow drifts, and dangerous avalanches. Learn how to make it safely with my webinar below.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO AVALANCHE AWARENESS FOR BEGINNERS
In this session with Ben Pritchett from the Colorado Avalanche Information Center, we learned about what causes avalanches and how you can stay safe by getting the forecast, gear, training, and full picture needed to explore the backcountry.
WINTER 14ER SAFETY AND RISK MANAGEMENT WITH THE ALPINE RESCUE TEAM
This session with Bruce Beckmann from the Alpine Rescue Team focused on the key knowledge and gear you need to stay safe while climbing a Colorado fourteener during the winter season. Watch it below to prepare for your next ascent.
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