The Kachina Peaks Avalanche Center has the following avalanche training courses scheduled in 2017. Avalanche training can help build safety skills for winter recreationists who plan to go into the backcountry of the Kachina Peaks Wilderness on the San Francisco Peaks.
LEVEL I AVALANCHE COURSE – $300
February 17-19: NAU credit course. Contact email@example.com or 928-523-3229
NAU Backcountry Basics and Level 1, Springbreak. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 928-523-3229
LEVEL II AVALANCHE COURSE – $400
January 12-15, 2017 – Contingent on demand by qualified applicants, includes overnight trip to a cabin
The Friends of the Forest Sedona and Arizona Natural History Association host walks, talks, exhibits, and other events in the Sedona, Oak Creek Canyon, and Verde Valley area throughout the year. Most events are free and open to the public, but pre-registration may be required.
Help with reroutes on Andante Trail! Bring sunscreen, water, snacks, long pants, work gloves, sturdy closed-toe shoes, and a bike helmet or hard hat (hard hats will be provided to those that need them).
Meet at the Andante Trailhead. From SR 89A in West Sedona, turn north on Andante Dr, Follow until the termination at the trailhead. Look for the sign. Limited parking along road. Carpool if possible.