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PADI Rescue Diver Course Skills Video covers most skills so you can get your PADI Rescue Diver certification easily. The PADI Rescue Diver Course Skills in this video are slowly demonstrated by PADI Platinum Course Director Marcel van den Berg. Not only can use this PADI Rescue Diver Course Skills video for your PADI Rescue Diver Certification, but you can also use this video for the PADI Divemaster Course and PADI IDC Course. Chapters and Timestamps for easy navigation: 00:00 Intro 00:07 PADI Rescue Diver Exercise 2 - Panic Diver Around Approach 01:04 PADI Rescue Diver Exercise 2 - Panic Diver Underwater Approach 02:14 PADI Rescue Diver Exercise 2 - Panic Diver Quick Reverse 02:40 PADI Rescue Diver Exercise 2 - Panic Diver Releases 03:11 PADI Rescue Diver Exercise 4 - Overexerted Diver 04:02 PADI Rescue Diver Exercise 4.2 - Uncontrolled Ascent Diving 05:04 PADI Rescue Diver Exercise 4 - Running Out of Air Scuba Diving 06:34 PADI Rescue Diver Exercise 6 - Unresponsive Diver Underwater During your PADI Rescue Diver Course it is important to understand is that there are many different ways to perform these Rescue skills. This Rescue Diver course video show you one way to master the skills. These are the PADI objectives from the PADI Instructor Manual: Rescue Exercise 2 – Panicked Diver Rescue a panicked (irrational) diver, demonstrating: • Approach and Evaluation • Making Contact • Releases • Approach with a quick reverse to stay out of a panicked diver’s grasp Rescue Exercise 4 – Distressed Diver Underwater 1. Correctly identify and respond to a diver simulating overexertion underwater. 2. Correctly identify and respond to a panicked diver making an uncontrolled ascent. 3. Correctly identify and provide air to, via an alternate air source, a diver simulating an out-of-air emergency, and make a controlled air-sharing ascent. Rescue Exercise 6 – Surfacing the Unresponsive Diver 1. Use controlled positive buoyancy as an aid to ascent. 2. Bring an unresponsive diver to the surface using buoyancy control of either the unresponsive diver or the rescuer. PADI Platinum Course Director Marcel van den Berg shows how to conduct some of the PADI Rescue Diver Course Skills that you can get on your PADI Rescue Diver Course, PADI Divemaster Course, PADI IDC Course and/or PADI Instructor Examination IE. Many PADI IDC candidates struggle with the Rescue Diver Course skills during the IDC and IE for a few reasons: 1. They might have only practiced the rescue skills once in their PADI Rescue Diver Course. 2. Their Rescue Diver Course was taught a long time ago. 3. Their Rescue Diving Instructor didn't teach all the skills (Breaking PADI Standards). 4. The PADI Dive Instructor taught the Rescue Diver Course skills in a very different way. 5. During their PADI Divemaster Course they have not assisted a PADI Rescue Diver Course or maybe only 1 time. Useful links: 🤙 Join my PADI IDC Course: 🤍 or 🤍 🤿 Follow my Scuba Diving Tips blog: 🤍 🎥 Check out my other YouTube Channel: 🤍Scuba Diving Tips 🤍 🤳 Follow me on Social Media: 👨💻 Facebook Page: 🤍 🐦 Twitter: 🤍twitter.com/DivingTips 🐠 Facebook Group: 🤍 Did this video help you with your Diving Skills? Then you can give the biggest Thank You by Joining my Channels Membership! Just click on the JOIN button above or click here: 🤍 I hope that you liked this PADI Rescue Diver Course Skills Video - Get your Rescue Diver Certification video. If you have any questions or suggestions then please leave them in the comments below. Enjoy your Scuba Diving Adventures! Marcel van den Berg PADI Platinum Course Director Email: info🤍scubadivingtips.net Disclaimer: Marcel van den Berg is a certified PADI Course Director since 2011. This video is for general informational purposes only. Always seek the advice of your Local Law, Scuba Diving Training Organisation, RSTC, and/or your scuba diving professional that is legally teaching/guiding you scuba diving whenever you are in doubt, or following a scuba diving course/guide scuba dive under the supervision of a scuba dive professional from any worldwide dive industry recognized scuba dive organization. Marcel (Mario) van den Berg, IDC Koh Tao Thailand, and/or Scuba Diving Tips are not liable or responsible for any advice, or any other information you obtain through this video or site. Marcel (Mario) van den Berg, IDC Koh Tao Thailand and/or Scuba Diving Tips are not liable or responsible for any injury, financial loss, failing a scuba diving course, and or loss of certification. #MarcelVanDenBerg #PADI #ScubaDiving PADI Rescue Diver Course Skills Video - Get your Rescue Diver Certification.
If the injured person is on the rock, an express pulley can be used as a rescue technique in an emergency. Learn how to do this. ► All tutorials and quizzes on alpine climbing in our SAFETY ACADEMY LAB ROCK: 🤍 If an emergency arises while alpine climbing, climbers can use rescue techniques to help, and alleviate the situation. The express pulley is a rescue technique that helps to get the injured climber down the rock face. If the rescue cannot be carried out straight away, an emergency bivouac must be set up. In the next video, you will learn what things you need to consider 🤍
In this fourth episode, we look at the basic rescue skills that are fundamental to master to go into the backcountry. Before going freeriding always follow an avalanche safety course with a professional mountain guide. There is no replacement for regular training and practice when it comes to mountain safety. The FWT22 Safety Tips Series is presented by Recco and the Freeride World Tour. Find out more about Recco on 🤍 For more Freeride World Tour videos, visit 🤍 Follow the FWT: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
Lifeguard rescues of passive and active victims, along with escapes, and removal of the victim from the water with the use of the backboard. To learn more about the American Lifeguard Association, and to enroll into our national lifeguard program, we ask that you visit at 🤍americanlifeguard.com. The American Lifeguard and Safety Training™ is a trademark of the American Lifeguard Association® health and safety courses. The American Lifeguard Association has been offering lifeguard training for over 30 years and has trained over 250,000 individuals worldwide. The US Labor Department has determined our lifeguard programs are equivalent to the American Red Cross training program.
The PADI Rescue Exercise 7 COVID 19 Guidelines Update for the PADI Rescue Course, Divemaster course and IDC Course. This important rescue skill involves close contact. It was therefore essential that PADI updated the Rescue Exercise 7 during this pandemic. In this video, I will explain the PADI Rescue Exercise 7 COVID 19 Update and give some extra tips in the end. Chapters and Timestamps for easy navigation: 00:00 Intro 00:06 Check responsiveness of the unresponsive diver at the surface 00:16 Turn the diver around 00:24 Inflate unresponsive diver and the rescuer 00:37 Emergency weight drop 00:55 Remove victims regulator 01:03 Remove the scuba mask 01:18 Place the pocket mask 01:40 Check for breathing 02:03 Call for help 02:20 Give 2 rescue breaths according to the Covid 19 guidelines 02:40 Unbuckle victims BCD while giving 1 rescue breath every 5 seconds 03:12 Unbuckle your own scuba equipment while swimming and giving the 1 rescue breath every 5 seconds 04:26 Finish the PADI Rescue Exercise 7 by giving 2 rescue breaths in the end Why Covid 19 changed the way we conduct PADI Rescue Exercise 7 The current Covid 19 public health crisis has raised several questions on how to conduct the PADI Rescue Exercise 7 during the PADI Rescue Course, Divemaster Course, and PADI IDC Course and adhere to local health and safety authority guidelines and World Health Organization recommendations to minimize the likelihood of disease transmission. Covid 19 can easily spread through close contact, especially simulating rescue breaths. Did this video help you with your Diving Skills? Then you can give the biggest Thank You by Joining my Channels Membership! Just click on the JOIN button above or click here: 🤍 Equipment needed to perform the PADI Rescue Exercise 7 Covid 19 Update In addition to dive equipment required by PADI standards each diver should have; A personal rescue breathing mask (RBM). It is important that you only use the pocket mask of the victim while conducting the PADI Rescue Exercise 7 according to the new COVID 19 Guidelines. Read more about the full steps in order how to complete PADI Exercise 7 COVID 19 Update here: 🤍 The PADI Rescue Exercise 7 COVID 19 Guidelines are not hard, just perform it in a slow and controlled manner. The faster you are the more likely you will make mistakes. PADI takes this skill very seriously, but if you perform this skill the way I described you will not only pass your Rescue Diver and Divemaster Course, but you will receive full scores on your PADI IE evaluated by a PADI Examiner. Finally, I would like to thank the PADI Instructor Development team for all the great tips and help for this article. I wish you all best of success with the PADI Rescue Exercise 7 COVID 19 Update, and one more time remember: “Slow is Smooth and Smooth is fast”. Would you like to become a Diving Instructor and do you want me to teach you the PADI IDC Course? Then check out my website for more information: 🤍 Please again SUBSCRIBE, LIKE, SHARE and please leave a COMMENT below :) Best of success in your Scuba Diving Training courses! Marcel van den Berg PADI Platinum Course Director Sairee Cottage Diving Koh Tao, Thailand info🤍idckohtaothailand.com Disclaimer: Marcel van den Berg is a certified PADI Divemaster (2007), OWSI (2007), MSDT (2007), IDCSI (2008), Master Instructor (2010) and Course Director since 2011. This video and other video’s on the YouTube Channels: IDC Koh Tao Thailand and Scuba Diving Tips are for general informational purposes only. Always seek the advice of your Local Law, Scuba Diving Training Organisation, RSTC and/or your scuba diving professional that is legally teaching/guiding you scuba diving whenever you are in doubt, or following a scuba diving course / guide scuba dive under the supervision of a scuba dive professional from any worldwide dive industry recognised scuba dive organisation. Marcel (Mario) van den Berg, IDC Koh Tao Thailand and/or Scuba Diving Tips are not liable or responsible for any advice, trading tips or any other information, services or product you obtain through this video or site. Marcel (Mario) van den Berg, IDC Koh Tao Thailand and/or Scuba Diving Tips are not liable or responsible for any injury, financial loss, failing a scuba diving course and or loss of certification. PADI Rescue Exercise 7 COVID 19 Guidelines Update #PADI #IDC #MarcelVanDenBerg #RescueCourse #ScubaDiving
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Tower Rescue Training is specifically targeted at those who are working on Masts & Towers usually in telecoms and utilities industries. The course will train the delegate in the skills and techniques necessary to safely remove a casualty to ground from a variety of different scenarios. • Tower rescue kits • Anchor point selection • Self rescue • Rescue off an access way • Rescue from lanyards • Casualty care • Suspension Trauma The course will involve elements of classroom and practical tuition. Emphasis will, at all times, be on practical rescues under the safe supervision of an instructor. Delegates will be continually assessed throughout the course. Need some training? Check out our training courses here - 🤍 Need a service? Take a look at our site services here - 🤍 Need some tools? Visit our store - 🤍 Important links - Twitter | 🤍 Facebook | 🤍 LinkedIn | 🤍 Website | 🤍
Just completed an awesome weekend of Rescue Skills Training. First day we based out of Porthgain Harbor, in poor visibility where we practiced and reviewed rescue skills, and managed scenarios. The second day we went to Abereiddy Blus Lagoon where we could get 20mtrs in the sea in excellent conditions allowing us to ensure that all skills were carried out to standards. We trained hard over two days, and the reason for this is that if the training was needed in real life situations we would respond instinctively to do the best that we can in these situations to help preserve life and prevent conditions worsening. Awesome effort by Black Country Divers members Dan Higgins, Mark Hampson and Jonathan Flood. All of whom achieved the practical sessions of their BSAC Advanced Diver and in some cases completed their AD qualification in full. Many thanks to Martin Webb for being my assisting instructor, also to Laura Chisholm & Sarah Cross for being causalities, safety cover and crowd control. Mark Lewis is a diving and mountaineering Instructor based in Wales, UK. Available across the UK and the world to assist you achieve your dreams, or to make up numbers on expeditions and adventures. 🔴 #inspirational #inspiration #motivation #teabreak #motivational #motivationalstories #inspire #positivevibes #goals #positivity #brewtime #getthekettleon #catchup #motivate #scubadiving #scubadive #scuba #mountaineering #hillwalking #climbing #adventure #adventures #extremesports #ndiver #tdisdi #iantd #bsac #associationofmountaineeringinstructors #mountaintraining #expeditions #handdiving #scallopdiving #fishingboats #diveboat #divetrips #adventurebreaks #wreckdiving #westwalesdiving #pembrokeshire #scapaflow #minediving #overheadenvironment #altitudediving #icediving #wintermountaineering #winterskills #tecdiving #twinsetdiving ✅ For business inquiries contact me at: mark🤍marklewis.co ✅ Let’s Connect: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
In less than 4 minutes, cave rescue specialist, Jessica Van Ord, demonstrates a direct haul method pickoff with "unconscious" patient, Angela Hooker, at the National Cave Rescue Commission (NCRC) Small Party Assisted Rescue (SPAR) training in Deschutes, Oregon in September 2018. The direct haul (1:1 haul) is also called a brute force pickoff because mechanical advantage is not utilized to lift the patient. This is an excellent and simple pickoff method to remove an unconscious patient from rope where they are susceptible to suspension trauma which is known to be fatal in as little as 6 minutes. However, please note it is possible for the rescuer to become stuck under the weight of the patient if fatigued, which can be especially dangerous if hanging in a cold waterfall. Every rescue situation is extremely complex and factors like rescuer safety must be taken into consideration. If you want to learn more about cave rescue, please visit the NCRC website: 🤍 Please note this is not meant to be an instructional video, just a quick demo. This type of pickoff can be dangerous if you are fatigued and get stuck under the weight of the patient.
Top 10 Amazing Rescue Excavator Stuck Deep In Mud/ Excavator Rescue Skills 2022 channel that show all Machinery Works: - The Heavy Equipment Operator Excavator in Deep Mud, Heavy Recovery and Fails - Climbing High The Top Down Cutting Down Giant Trees - Agriculture Equipment and Machines - Cutting Down Trees with Long Chainsaw, Sawmill - Excavators, Bulldozers, Backhoe Loaders, Skid-Steer Loaders, Motor Graders, Crawler Loaders, Trenchers, Scrapers, Common Dump Any copyright questions and concerns contact us via email: adanmaciejokwa🤍gmail.com We'll resolve the issue as soon as possible.
The long awaited part 3 is here. This one brings a few skills together and gets us down to our climber and back to the belay, having already escaped the system. It's worth checking out this book as a text book reference for all these rescue type scenarios - and a lot more if you’re a book person, Rock Climbing: Mountain Training book 🤍 Please do fire away with any questions! Kit in this video: Beal Joker rope 🤍 ATC Guide 🤍 DMM Boa 🤍 DMM Phantom 🤍 DMM 8mm slings 🤍 Shot on a Sony A6500 🤍 With a cheapy microphone 🤍 On a Joby tripod 🤍 We are an EpicTV affiliate, for 10% off your order click the link below: 🤍?code=a8f2a4 (Discount code: JBMOUNTAIN10) We do receive a small commission on anything purchased via those links. Piano Rock Instrumental by Hyde - Free Instrumentals | 🤍 Music promoted by 🤍 Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License 🤍
Save a life by learning these easy sup rescues for a variety of situations and conditions. Learn towing and pushing boards to the stirrup, flip, dip-pull and two board lift-up rescues. 6 Rescue Techniques Covered: - Flip rescue for quickly pulling an injured, cold or fatigued paddler out of the water and onto their or your board. - 2 Board lift-up - Influenced by a sea kayak rescue, use two boards and paddles to help the rescuee out of the water easily. A great alternative if the flip rescue doesn't work. - Dip Pull Rescue - A great method for helping a paddler onto their own board. - Stirrup - Use a sling to help a fatigued or less strong paddler onto their 6" inflatable board. Can also be used on your own board. - Push Rescue - Use your board to push another board or kayak to safety. Also works in current. - Towing - Use of tow and throw ropes to effectively attach and tow a fatigued, injured or cold paddler or kayaker to safety. - Methods for attaching a leash or tow / throw line to a board. - How board outfitting can help with rescues. This video is from the SUP 101 online course by PSUPA director Rob Casey. Get info at 🤍salmonbaypaddle.com Become a certified SUP instructor: 🤍psupa.com
Watch this tutorial to master this technique for helping an injured, disabled, struggling, unconscious or pregnant kayaker back into their kayak after a capsize. For more information visit 🤍 and find us on Facebook 🤍
A simple video to appreciate what Lucas is not only as a surfer but also as a rescuer. On this occasion he saw that a teammate was in trouble and did not hesitate to go help, which for him not only means going to rescue to get his teammate out of the situation but also leaving everything on the field !! Jumping off the bike and putting himself at risk to solve a very dangerous situation such as a motorcycle turned upside down on the inside of the biggest and most dangerous wave in the world. Follow 🤍Lucas Chumbo adventures! ✅ Subscribe for more action 👉 🤍 👈 Thanks for watching! #lucaschumbo #jetski #bigwavenazaré
In this video we will show you how to perform some ‘Basic Rescues’ which is used to help rescue a swimmer having difficulty in the water. Safety Considerations: Only practice in a pool with an supervised adult and lifeguards present. The Swim Specialist has created this video to help children that are capable of swimming 25m learn how to save each other as a bonus skill. Challenge 1: Shout & Signal Rescue (0:59) Challenge 2: Reach Rescue (1:59) Challenge 3: Throw Rescue (3:03) Challenge 4: Rope Rescue (3:51) Bonus Challenge: Time Trial Rescue (4:54) To learn how to somersault: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Snapchat: theswimspecialist Join our community and makes sure you: Like! Comment! Subscribe! Videographer: Wasteful Media 🤍 Swimming Pool: Private Pool 🤍 privatepoolhire🤍gmail.com
Top 5 tips for Rescue Diver Certification. Josh is BACK! Lyell and Josh will guide on your journey to becoming a Rescue Diver. They will give you their top tips to prepare you to take one of the most mentally and physically challenging diving courses you will take, but also one of the most beneficial certifications for a diver. They believe in Rescue Diver so much that they recommend EVRY diver should take this course. There are several things you can do to prepare yourself in a way that would give you the biggest benefit to reap the rewards of the Rescue Diver Certification course. Follow along with the tips Lyell and Josh give you. Chapters: 0:00 Intro 0:36 Josh is back! 1:01 What is today's show about? 1:33 What is Rescue Diver Course? 3:28 Tip #1 5:32 Tip #2 6:41 Tip #3 7:49 Tip #4 9:00 Tip #5 9:57 Bonus Tip 10:56 Bonus, Bonus Tip! 11:32 Requirements to take Rescue Diver Course. 12:46 Who should take the Rescue Diver course? PADI Rescue Diver: 🤍 PADI Underwater Navigation: 🤍 PADI: Search and Recovery: 🤍 PADI Emergency Oxygen Provider: 🤍 PADI Emergency First Responder: 🤍 Divers Alert Network: 🤍 Subscribe to Everything Scuba (If you're already subscribed, thanks! We appreciate your support!) 🤍 - Connect with Everything Scuba Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 - *Disclaimer: Everything Scuba firmly believes you can not teach someone to dive through the internet. We strongly urge people to ensure they receive dive instruction through an internationally recognized training agency and to dive safely and within the limits of their certification level at all times. Our channel is aimed at already-certified divers looking to further their skills.* In accordance with COPPA laws, please note that content on the channel Everything Scuba is not specifically made for, or targeted at, children.
Meet Guus and Tibbe from Arnhem. These 'evacuation mattress heroes' know how to use their rescue skills inside their school. They will show you how easy it is to evacuate a wounded person during an emergency evacuation. The device they are using is called S-CAPEPLUS® evacuation mattress.
channel that show all Machinery Works: - The Heavy Equipment Operator Excavator in Deep Mud, Heavy Recovery and Fails - Climbing High The Top Down Cutting Down Giant Trees - Agriculture Equipment and Machines - Cutting Down Trees with Long Chainsaw, Sawmill - Excavators, Bulldozers, Backhoe Loaders, Skid-Steer Loaders, Motor Graders, Crawler Loaders, Trenchers, Scrapers, Common Dump Any copyright questions and concerns contact us via email: adanmaciejokwa🤍gmail.com We'll resolve the issue as soon as possible.
In this training video, Jason Abitz recalls an incident when six FDNY firefighters lost their lives while trying to execute a window hang, falling 50 feet onto concrete. Abitz goes on to teach various firefighter self-rescue techniques, including proper firefighter window hang techniques and safe firefighter window bailout skills. Video by: Fire Spotlight 🤍 _ CHECK OUT THESE OTHER POPULAR FIREFIGHTER TRAINING VIDEOS: AMKUS Rescue Tools Extrication Training 🤍 Central Alabama Training Solutions Teaches "Nozzle Forward" Principles 🤍 How to Use a Thermal Imaging Camera for Firefighting - Insight Training with a Max Fire Box 🤍 _ CONNECT WITH US ON OUR SOCIAL MEDIA CHANNELS: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Website: 🤍
At some point you or your paddling partner are going to capsize and swim while surfing your sea kayak. This video is an introduction to the series of lessons in the online sea kayaking rescues course. To access all of the videos visit 🤍onlineseakayaking.com
Following on from our previous escaping the system videos, here's one option of "what to do next". Want to buy me a coffee or the boy a dog treat?! 🤍 Or buy a Sling Mountain T Shirt?! 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Shot on a Sony A6500 🤍 With a cheapy microphone 🤍 GoPro Hero 7 Black 🤍 Anker power pack: 🤍 On a Joby tripod 🤍 Victiv Tripod 🤍 We do receive a small commission on anything purchased via those links.
Friends In this video you will learn the rescue technique to save people life in case of fire emergency. learn the technique and improve your confidence and skills to save any life Emergency rescue techniques Please Follow FACEBOOK - 🤍 For contact 🤍 For Business Enquiry Email :-sachinfireofficer🤍gmail.com [ THANKS FOR WATCHING THIS VIDEO ] Sachin Kumar Singh From - Varanasi ( India )
RM Instructor Dalan Zartman and Doug Hyland demonstrate the fundamentals of shore based rescue using throwbags.
Firefighters from metro area departments practiced swift water rescue techniques in the high water of Clear Creek Friday. It was the last day of a four day course for training and certification led by Mike Worcester of West Metro Fire Rescue using technically challenging rope systems to rescue and recover victims of water or auto accidents that end up in fast water. Video by Steve Nehf. Subscribe on YouTube: 🤍 Watch more Denver Post videos: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍
All about hoisting a rock climber, assisted and unassisted on a regular trad belay and on a guide plate belay device. Useful for helping your mate up a tough move or as a building block to self rescue. A tricky one to film on your own at home...! Please do fire away with any questions... We are an EpicTV affiliate, for 10% off your order click the link below: 🤍?code=a8f2a4 (Discount code: JBMOUNTAIN10 ) 🤍 🤍 🤍 Kaleidoscope by | e s c p | 🤍 Music promoted by 🤍 Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) 🤍
This Rescue exercise #7 Unresponsive Diver on the Surface workshop film has been made by the Downbelow 5* IDC Dive Centre GoPro instructor development team featuring PADI Platinum Course Director Richard Swann. We hope to assist Rescue Divers, Divemasters, IDC candidates & anyone who is interested to improve their ability for in water rescue. There are many techniques & different ways to meet the objective these are just some of ours so we recommend you practice & find what works best for you! We hope you find it useful :) For more information on instructor development or any other PADI courses, please visit 🤍downbelowadventures.com
Even with careful planning and navigation, an avalanche can still happen. In this video you will learn what to do if an avalanche occurs and how to get yourself and your peers out safely. This is just an introduction to avalanche rescue techniques and taking an avalanche course is highly recommended. 0:40 Triggering an avalanche - what does it feel like? 1:50 Have a plan 2:48 Using your transceiver in a search 5:27 Using your probe in a search 6:09 Digging and rescue 7:30 Apply First Aid For a safer experience in the mountains, we recommend you finish the other videos in this series, explore our online Avalanche Training Module and attend an alpine skills course. Find out more - 🤍avalanche.net.nz | 🤍mountainsafety.org.nz Online Avalanche Training Module - bit.ly/AvoCourse Brought to you by the NZ Mountain Safety Council | EpicTV EpicTV is an online climbing community that cranks out up-to-the-minute climbing news, award-winning videos, cutting-edge product reviews and informative how-to videos. 🤍 🤍 🤍
Are you headed into the mountains this winter? Are you prepared for backcountry travel? This is a video to help you practice avalanche rescue. To find more information about avalanche education and how to take the next step: learn more at 🤍