How to Register for an Avalanche Class

OPTION #1- Register ONLINE


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OPTION #2 – Register by FAX


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OPTION #3 – Register by TEXT

Text your name and details to 403-850-3042

Zacs’s staff will call you back to register you over the phone.

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OPTION #4 – Register your GROUP by FAX

The Fax in forms are .pdf files can be downloaded, printed, filled out and faxed or scanned back.
Please print clearly and be sure to fill in all necessary fields!

ATTENTIONPLEASE READ: AST training is just one component of backcountry safety. The expectations of Zac’s Tracs, our staff, Avalanche Canada, and all other Releasees is that the Participant will continue to build on these introductory programs by investing in additional training, regular application and practice to grow their ability to manage the risks associated with their backcountry activities.

CLICK HERE to review the waiver.
A Waiver of Liability must be completed by all participants.


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It is first come first served with respect to the availability of Field Days and Locations. Many field days are capped at 16 people. Please book early to avoid disappointment.

CLICK HERE to review frequently asked questions.

HAVE QUESTIONS? NEED HELP?

Click here to complete a request form.

A Zac’s Team Member will contact you back.

Waiver of Liability

ATTENTIONPLEASE READ: AST training is just one component of backcountry safety. The expectations of Zac’s Tracs, our staff, Avalanche Canada, and all other Releasees is that the Participant will continue to build on these introductory programs by investing in additional training, regular application and practice to grow their ability to manage the risks associated with their backcountry activities.

  • Winter mountain activities involve many risks, dangers and hazards.
  • Avalanche training is an essential first step to backcountry travel but for effective risk management it must be combined with ongoing learning and mentorship.
  • As a Participant in the mountain field sessions you are expected to arrive prepared with standard backcountry emergency supplies for winter mountain travel CLICK HERE for recommended gear list.
  • Participants must conduct themselves in a manner that promotes safety for fellow participants, instructors, public and themselves or may be asked to leave the training activities.
  • Participants are expected to ride sober and alert.

CLICK HERE to review the waiver.
A Waiver of Liability must be completed by all participants.

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