Four Corners Snow and Avalanche Workshop 2021
Four Corners Snow and Avalanche Workshop 2021
Four Corners Snow and Avalanche Workshop 2021
Four Corners Snow and Avalanche Workshop 2021
Four Corners Snow and Avalanche Workshop 2021
Four Corners Snow and Avalanche Workshop 2021

Four Corners Snow and Avalanche Workshop 2021

Regular price $40.00
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MOUNTAINS; WATER TOWERS OF THE WEST 

Kendal Mountain, Silverton, CO 

October 9, 2021

$40 per person to attend virtually. Registration ends 8pm 10/8/21

Virtual attendees will be able to watch along as the day progresses through the 4SAW speaker line-up. Link of live stream will be provided upon registration confirmation.

The mighty peaks, lofty summits, backcountry bowls and high basins of the Southern Rocky Mountains, annually replenished by the snows and slides of winter, are the water towers from which all life flows. 4SAW 2021 will encourage participants to share, explore and reflect upon the critical role our local mountains play in shaping the health and future of alpine environments and watersheds in the Southwestern US.

Silverton Avalanche School invites you to the Four Corners Snow and Avalanche Workshop on October 9th, 2021. 4SAW is a continuing education and networking opportunity for avalanche practitioners, mountain professionals and backcountry recreationists in the Southern Rocky Mountains & Southwest United States. Held in partnership with the American Avalanche Association, the event will celebrating snow, avalanches, rescue & winter recreation with a full day of speakers and an exhibit hall full of Sponsors, Vendors, Educators, Outfitters, and Nonprofits. To top it all off all 4SAW attendees are invited to a post workshop social and party.

Why choose us?

SAS is a laboratory of best practice. As the nation's longest running avalanche education provider, we take great pride in developing new ways forward; testing and employing approaches and strategies in our courses and operations, training future generations of snow pros and annually participating in national/international efforts to continuously refine the tools, technologies, tactics and techniques of avalanche education, snow safety and rescue. The School that introduced the US to avalanche training in the 20th century, continues to lead what avy ed looks like in the 21st century.