Online Mountain survival class starts may 17th 1.Mountain Terrain, Weather, and Hazards 2.Mountain Living 3.Mountaineering Equipment 4.Mountain Climbing 5.Movement Over Snow And Ice 6.Mountain Walking Techniques 7.Mountain Stream Crossing 8.Mountain Rescue and Evacuation 9.Avalanche Danger in the Mountains 11.How to Avoid an Avalanche 12.Crossing Through the Mountains 13.If the roads are out, and disaster is so widespread that you have no choice but to flee over the nearest mountain range, you're going to have a hard road ahead of you. 14. The Adventure begins 15.Tips for Traveling Over Snow: Your Footing is Important 16.How to Build Snowshoes from Scratch 17.Setting Up Camp 18.X Factors: Remote Cabins 19.Recon: Do Your Homework 20.Additional Dangers in the Mountains 21.Finally, Let's Talk Cold Mountain Food 22.While you're still in the lowlands, make it top priority to take down a large deer or elk or other big game. Harvest your kill, smoke and dry enough meat to last a few weeks, and you'll now be ready for your trip over the mountains. 23.other food options 24.Specific Gear for Winter in the Mountains 25.Space blankets and cold weather survival 26.Water 27. Whitewater 28.Fire 29.Snakebite 30.Broken bone 31.Bleeding 32.Think and plan ahead 33.Pack light and smart 34.Don’t climb alone 35.Bring the basic essentials 36.the other essentials 37.Fuel up 38.Rely on skills and not on technology 39.Have a strong will to survive cost be $25.00 per adult 8.00 per child 50.00 per family and group contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call me at 208-351-3407 my class will be on google class I will give you code for class https://www.facebook.com/groups/200801637162996/
This event has a Google Hangouts video call.