The AST-2 course is an extension of the AST-1 course with one day in the classroom and 3 field days.
In order to accommodate as many as possible this course is split over two weekends. January 28/29, 2017 and February 4/5, 2017
In addition, MSA is offering this course to CSMC members at a $60 discount from it's public offering.
This session is open to snowshoers/scramblers and back country skiers. Please note: For the 3 field days there needs to be minimum of 6 participants for each mode of travel (6 snowshoers, 6 skiers)
If you are interested in this sessions then you will need:
1. Paid membership fee for 2017
2. Complete the clubs waiver (see link below)
3. Pay the course fee of $525 (Paypal or email transfer to [masked])
4. Forward your contact information to me (Name, number, email).
5. Let us know if you will be using skis or snowshoes
Once the above has been completed I will move you to the go list.
Finally, as we get closer we will let you know where the day 1 classroom setting will be.
***It is extremely important to read the following information carefully and prepare accordingly.***
It is the responsibility of the participant to check for any updates, changes or cancellations before the trip. Gear checks will be conducted at the meet up location. Failure to have the required gear will result in the participant not attending the trip.
Upon RSVP’ing for this trip you will be automatically placed on the Wait list. In order to move to the “Yes” list you must:
1. Have the skill set, fitness level and attitude deemed necessary by the Event Organizer to maximize the enjoyment of the participants and the chances of successfully achieving the objective.
2. Paid your 2017 membership fee. Cost for membership with the CSMC is $25. Payment can be made online through the CSMC page on Meetup. (Paypal or by email transfer to[masked])
3. You must complete and submit our online Waiver :https://secure.echosign.com/public/esignWidget?wid=2AAABLblqZhCwy-NzkvTUwH_PXWT_uCO5gYL-2SKS4uY7TolaogklqlJT473-zGs5LzTW_wbYNN0*
NOTE: Our Event Organizers will do their best to accommodate people for trips based on the above criteria and on a first come first serve basis. Having said this, the Event Organizer is under no obligation to take you or anyone else, if he/she decides, based on his/her best judgement, doing so would unduly undermine article 1 above.
One of the advantages of going on trips with others is the opportunity to carpool and share the costs of the ride to and from the trail head. If you choose to be rider the expectation is that you will help to share a reasonable part of the cost.