Lift Assisted Backcountry Skiing-"I"- Meany Lodge - 2017

Backcountry Skiing Course

Lift Assisted Backcountry Skiing

Take the tow at Meany then head for the virgin snow!

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This experience is for those looking to improve their backcountry skiing skills.  Instructor will tailor the class to meet the needs and desires of students, but most time is typically spend coaching on techniques for skiing snow conditions and terrain found in the backcountry, and the slopes at Meany are ideal for this.  Instructor has considerable experience in the backcountry on Alpine Touring gear and can also offer tips on skinning technique, gear and route selection.  Students should have Alpine Touring (AT) gear, and be at least strong intermediate skiers with some experience skiing in broken or new snow.  (Includes copy of the book Backcountry Skiing: Skills for Ski Touring and Ski Mountaineering, by Volken, Schell and Wheeler, published by The Mountaineers.

Course Requirements

This course has no scheduled activities.

Roster
Required Equipment

Bring your own downhill  or AT skis, boots and poles! Helmets also recommended.

Register for lodge fees and purchase parking permits separately. 

Skins are optional to use after class for higher untouched slopes.

Course Materials

There are no materials for this course.