Chloe Vance tells her story on her starting journey in winter avalanche safety skills with the article Earning Turns with The Ladies, so check it out! With links to various women’s specific winter skills training programs this article is a great resource and just might push you to take that AST1 course you’ve been talking about for ages.
Did you know that different levels of Avalanche Skills Training courses are offered ongoing in Alberta during the winter season through a number of different educators? These AST (for short) courses are for those of us interested in all kinds of winter mountain activities, including but not limited to: nordic skiing, back country skiing, tobogganing, hiking, ice climbing, snowmobiling.
January in Alberta means Avalanche Awareness Days! You've got plenty of choices for where to head out to learn a little bit about winter mountain safety! So here's what's going on this weekend!
Called penny soup because the vegetable pieces look like coins, this soup is delicious with a few pieces of fresh bread and cheese, making a perfect lunch with the warm winter sun on your face!