Credits: 3 credits
This certification course evaluates candidates to standards established by the Association of Canadian Mountain Guides. Candidates are assessed in alpine guiding techniques in a wide variety of mountain terrain and conditions, including client management on rock, snow and ice; advanced navigation; glacier travel; risk management; decision-making; and use of options. A high level of fitness is required. This course is the standard for working as an apprentice guide in mountaineering and climbing operations.
Prerequisite: ADVG 2310 and ADVG 2600
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