Lead a Hike in Non-Technical Terrain
Lead a Hike in Non-Technical Terrain is for field staff/guides who may be in charge of leading polar day hikes (<12 hours) in terrain that may include, dry glacial areas, outwash plains, beach and sub-tidal zones, mountains and passes. Such hikes shall not require the use of a rope or other technical alpine equipment in order to safely manage them. Hikes may include snow or ice travel where a fall will not result in an uncontrollable slide. It may include areas where known and manageable cracks and crevasses are present. It is a minimum requirement for longer hikes outside a landing zone or field camp area.
Logged experience > 40 hikes led (at least 15 must have been in a polar environment), current 1st Aid Certificate, PTQ Radio and Comms, PTQ Navigation, PTQ Snow and Ice Crack Awareness.
Any internationally recognized qualifications that include syllabus components to the level of the Scope or higher. See Cross Credit Matrices.
- Lectures 4
- Quizzes 0
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
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- Assessments Yes