This one day course will cover all you need know about Mammuts full range of Avalanche transceivers including the Barryvox and the BarryvoxS.
Step by step
Our one day course will take you step-by-step through everything you need to know. Including the basics of avalanche prevention, how transceivers work, how to deploy and what to do afterwards.
A VAST KNOWLEDGE
Our expert instructors with a vast knowledge of the mountains will be able to guide you and teach you the skills needed to for safer travel in the mountains.
Duration: 1 day
As well as providing all of the highlighted equipment in the kit list, which is yours to test for the duration of the course, you will be looked after by some of the best instructors in the outdoor industry.
Mammut Mountain School instructors and guides are hand picked for their extensive experience and knowledge in this area. All Mammut Mountain School instructors are highly qualified mountain professionals with a drive to inspire and educate all participants on our courses. Our activities are covered by a £10 million liability insurance, and industry leading safety systems.
Our team will select the most suitable venue for the course, hand picked from our vast experience. We try to remain flexible with our plans until we know what the weather holds in store for us.
WHAT DO YOU NEED TO DO?
All participants must arrange their own transport to and from the course location. Due to the active nature of our courses, all participants must have a fitness level appropriate for what we will be doing. If you are unsure please contact the Mammut Mountain School HQ for more information. In regards to the sizing of equipment we provide, please check the Mammut website for a sizing chart. We do not have a weight limit, but if you are concerned, please get in touch.
You will need the following equipment for a full day in the mountains. Mammut Mountain School can provide all items highlighted with a * (e.g – *Walking boots), however, if you would prefer to use your own equipment it is no problem at all.
*Waterproof jacket and trousers
*Mid layer top and trousers (fleece & windstopper)
*Winter mountaineering boots – crampon compatible
Spare warm clothing
*Hat & Gloves
*Headtorch and spare batteries
*Rucksack – 25 litre or more
Sun protection cream and sunglasses
Personal first aid kit with a pencil and notepaper
Food and drink for the duration (1 x lunch, a 1 or 2 litre water bottle/bladder & snacks)
*Dry bags for your kit in a range of sizes – One to line your rucksack, and smaller ones for other kit in your rucksack
A medium sized ziplock bag for rubbish
*Map of the area
Your mobile phone and a waterproof case or bag for it
*Climbing equipment and rope/s
*Airbag – avalanche safety
This course is currently exclusively availably through a bespoke booking. If you, or a group, wish to book this course, please fill in your details below and we will contact you to discuss further.