AIARE Rescue


1 Full Day 100% in the Field

Courses displaying “Out of Stock” are FULL. Please contact us to be waitlisted.



  • None. But do note whether or not you have already taken a AIARE 1 or other rescue course so that we can build on any existing experience. 


  • Vail Pass (from Camp Hale)
  • Summit County (Spring Creek, Tiger Road, Deer Creek)
  • Buena Vista (East Cottonwood Pass)
  • Crested Butte (Kebler Pass*, Taylor Park / West Cottonwood Pass)
  • Lake City (Slumgullion Pass)
Selecting a Course Location
“OPEN” Courses: If a course is listed as “OPEN,” participants can choose the course location from the list below. Simply include course location(s) in order notes.


Course Location Selected: A course that has a specified location behind the date (i.e February 12 – Vail Pass) has already had a specific location selected.

*Kebler Pass is only available to member’s of the Gunnison County SnoTrackers. Contact us for membership details. 


How to Register

1.) Choose a date (and location if the date is still showing “Open”) from the drop down menu.


2.) Pay for the course (in-full) using Apple Pay or by using the cart. Once payment is received you will receive a “You’re In” confirmation email. Curious about our cancellation policies? Check them out here.


3.) Within 48 hours of paying for the course, you will receive an additional email with access to a google classroom that has been created specifically for your course. Once logged into the google classroom, start by completing the registration form, and reviewing MMS’s waiver and cancellation policy. 

  • This is a snowmobile specific avalanche rescue course and covers the following:

    • Essential rescue equipment: avalanche transceiver, shovel, probe, and a communication device as well as optional equipment to reduce the risk of being buried.
    • How to respond if caught in an avalanche yourself.
    • Small-team avalanche rescue: the process of rescuing others caught in an avalanche as a team.
    • Snowmobile specific tactics & strategy for rescue. 
    • Resources for ongoing avalanche rescue practice.

This course is 100% outside in the field.