Winter Scrambling Seminar - Seattle - 2015

Scrambling Course

Winter Scrambling Seminar

Informative seminar to prepare you for the challenges of going on Winter Scrambles.

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Intended for graduates of either the Scrambling course or the Basic Climbing course who are looking for more information about going on Winter Scrambles. Experienced winter scramblers willing to share what they've learned are welcome too, just sign up as a participant and help contribute tips and tricks to the seminar's open format.

The goal of this seminar is to address the challenges of going on Winter Scrambles. Topics include how Winter Scrambles differ from Snow Scrambles, the types of additional clothing & gear you'll probably need, how to deal with the challenges of unpredictable weather, the types of crampons you might need for some scrambles, what to look for when shopping for snowshoes, methods to stay warm, how to manage your water, avalanche gear you might need depending on conditions, route finding difficulties over snowy terrain, the emergency gear your group should carry in the winter, etc.  If there's time then overnight snow camping tips and tricks might be covered.  There will be plenty of time for all your winter scrambling questions.  Also please bring some paper and a pen to take notes. 
Course Requirements

This course has no scheduled activities.

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Required Equipment

Bring some paper and a pen to take notes.

Course Materials

There are no materials for this course.