Lawinenkurs Theorie

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1. Equipment - Top Three Items

Avalanche transceiver, spade, probe: absolute musts for swift rescue in an emergency because every second counts if someone is trapped under the snow. Added to which, the avalanche transceiver must be up to modern standards – check the battery status before you start out: It must at the very least still have
two-thirds power!

Mammut Barryvox avalanche rescue package, consisting of a probe, shovel and an avalanche transceiver

2. Preparation & Planning

Check your proposed route against the weather and avalanche reports: Plan the tour carefully and find out the latest data in advance, e.g., by clicking Beginners particularly should familiarize themselves with the danger levels and therefore avoid slopes, for example, with more than a 35° incline as of Avalanche Warning Level 3. And when you are on your way: Adapt your behavior to nature as conditions
can change very quickly.

3. Knowledge & Expertise

All your equipment and preparation are worthless without them. You must understand the avalanche situation and have mastered the technology. At the beginning, “learning by doing” functions best in a group. So consciously take courses, such as those Bründl offers on location.