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Mimi Vadasz
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Bela G. Vadasz
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January 29, 2015

Dear Friends of ASI,


Spring in January!
We are skiing corn snow!! Come Join us!

Hoping for more snow soon. The conditions down low are like summer and up high like spring. The higher you go, the better it is, and also the more you see.

We are running our Avalanche courses AIARE Avalanche Courses Intro to Backcountry Skiing and Ice Climbing here at Donner and at Lee VIning.



INTRO TO BACKCOUNTRY Ski or Spiltboard:
We have combined the courses this year, so you can come on Alpine touring, telemark or spiltboard!

We love to ski the backcountry! This is the ASI workhorse course to get you away from the lifts and into the backcountry. This one-day seminar is perfect for alpine skiers & rider who want to learn to use convertible touring bindings or spiltboard and telemark skiers ready to ski the backcountry.

Introduction to Backountry Skiing & Spiltboarding
Feb 7, 2015 (Sat)full
Feb 14, 2015 (Sat)full
Feb 28, 2015 (Sat)
Mar 7, 2015 (Sat)
Mar 14, 2015 (Sat)
Mar 28, 2015 (Sat)



AIARE AVALANCHE EDUCATION:
The ASI AIARE Avalanche Level 1 has become the cornerstone of the winter program. Much more than just an avalanche course, the curriculum that now has evolved for AIAREover 30 years ties together many aspects of backcountry travel and related skills to help your well being in avalanche terrain.

These programs are taught by an elite group of highly experienced
Ski Mountaineering Guides. They are passionate about the snow and your learning of the snow craft. All the knowledge comes back to practical, "real time" application of when we are out there in the snow.



AIARE Avalanche Level 1 & Level 1 PLUS
Signup early, they all fill-up fast! December is an excellent time to get your education in. It doesn't take much snow to run a great course. Then, you're set for the rest of the season, when the free-riding really gets good.

AIARE Avalanche Level 1
Jan 31-Feb 2, 2015  (Sat-Mon)
Feb 6-9, 2015  (Fri-Mon)
Feb 14-16, 2015  (Sat-Mon - Presidents)
Feb 20-22, 2015  (Fri- Sun)
Feb 28-Mar 2, 2015  (Sat-Mon)
Mar 6-8, 2015...  (Sat-Mon)

AIARE Avalanche Level 1 PLUS
Mar 6-8, 2015 (Sat-Mon)



Already Done an Avalanche Level 1?
Consider our 1-Day REFRESH. Pickup the latest upgrades of information. Practice your application of the variation of the Level 1 skills. Remember, they take years to master. The snow changes all the time.

AIARE Avalanche Level 1 REFRESH
Feb 5, 2015 (Sun)
Feb 15, 2015  (Sun)
Mar 8, 2014  (Sun )


Ready For Avalanche Level 2 This Year?

You've been in the snow since your Level 1. You know there's more as part of your continuing education. Maybe it's time for Level 2. The AIARE Level 2 program is a 4 day/40hr. program that provides backcountry leaders the opportunity to advance their avalanche knowledge and decision making skills.

AIARE Avalanche Level 2

Feb 6-9, 2015 (Fri - Mon) (2 spots)
Mar 6-9, 2015  (Fri-Mon)



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COME JOIN US!:

We love to ski the backcountry! This is what ASI is all about getting into the backcountry. Come join us this year!
We look forward to climbing and skiing with you and helping you achieve your mountain dreams. If you can't find the answer to a question on our website, don't hesitate to give us a call.

Sincerely,
Bela & Mimi Vadasz - ASI Directors
Alpine Skills International
bela@alpineskills.com
530-582-9170



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