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Best New Gear for Wilderness Adventure!

From: Terrie
Sent on: Wednesday, October 3, 2018 10:11 AM

Good Morning MAA!

Last week while on Mt. Whitney I ran into a friend who happens to be an Inyo NF Ranger. She described at least 2 hiker incidents that required WFA skills to successfully manage until medical assistance could be reached.

Would you know what to do if you encountered a lost, disoriented, hypoxic hiker at high altitude? What if one of your companions developed shortness of breath and started coughing up blood?

We all plan carefully for our trips into the backcountry, and deliberately check off our gear as we pack. Wilderness First Aid training should be a part of your repertory before you head out for any adventure.  Make sure you're prepared to deal with the unexpected by acquiring the best gear to keep us all safe out there!

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