- Rob’s awesome photos and videos taken on BC’s champagne powder
- Why a week-long avy course is the best way to learn new skills
- What’s an end-of-season debrief and how it identifies areas you need to work on
- What are pre-bias and de-bias and how they affect solo and team decision-making
- All about Ymir Lodge and why it’s the perfect basecamp to host this course
- What you’ll get in this deep-dive AIARE 2 course in the Kootenays backcountry
Whether you’re fresh off the groomers or have plenty of backcountry experience under your belt, avalanche education should be a lifelong quest. Take your backcountry savvy to the next level with internationally licensed mountain guide and guidebook author Rob Coppolillo. Check out his free webinar and find out what you’ll gain from this deep-dive AIARE Level 2 course and what makes Ymir Lodge your one-stop shop for honing avalanche safety skills and shredding sublime BC pow.
With this backcountry skiing season under wraps, this is the perfect opportunity to start brainstorming on how to make the next one even better. If you want to make the most out of your future days in the backcountry, learn how to stay up-to-date with your avy education and get tips from the author of guidebooks other guides turn to for info, check out this free webinar!
Rob Coppolillo is an AMGA and IFMGA Mountain Guide, and the owner of Vetta Mountain Guides. In fact, Rob’s one of the first 100 Americans to have earned international certification through the International Federation Mountain Guides Association (IFMGA). Having lived in Boulder, Colorado, for 30 years, he now bases in Chamonix, France, with his wife and two sons. He’s a freelance writer who speaks English, Italian and French, and his most recent book, “The Ski Guide Manual,” was published by Falcon Guides in November 2020.