We’re excited to kick off our 2nd Annual Foundations of Backcountry Touring Series with our friends at Stio! Here’s how to join us: Tune in
Hosted by Sarah Carpenter “Improving decision quality is about increasing our chances of good outcomes, not guaranteeing them.” – Annie Duke: Author. Speaker. Decision Strategist.
We are excited to announce the launch of the American Avalanche Institute’s Foundations of Backcountry Touring with our friends at Stio. Live on Instagram Thursdays
When we talk about the Human Factor, we are referring to how our natural tendencies influence our behavior. As part of this human factor, we also need to talk about risk tolerance, and that we all deal with risk a bit differently.
Sarah and Don Carpenter, owners and lead instructors at the American Avalanche Institute, use the Risk Equation when ski touring in the backcountry. In addition,
Don Carpenter, co-owner of the AAI and lead instructor, drove the creation of the Backcountry Checklist because backcountry terrain is a complex environment. It is
Sarah Carpenter, co-owner of the AAI and lead instructor, spends a good deal of time on her backcountry skins. So when one begins to flap
Why do you need to know about ALPTRUTH and FACETS? Because these two acronyms can help you sort information and possibly save your life when