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13 € /day Avy kit (Beacon, Probe and Shovel)

Backcountry travel in the mountains, like many enjoyable things in life, involved risk. If you are skiing on or below slopes steeper than 25°, there is a risk being caught by an avalanche. But just as there are things we can do to reduce the risk of vehicle crashes, there are things we can do to reduce the risk of getting caught, injured and perhaps killed by avalanches while traveling in the mountains.

beacon, black diamond, rental, pieps, avy kit, avalanche set, rescue, rent

Black Diamond Recon BT Beacon

Combining a streamlined feature set with Bluetooth functionality, the Recon BT is the go-to beacon for the everyday backcountry traveler.

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probe, black diamond, rental, pieps, avy kit, avalanche set, rescue, rent

Quickdraw Tour Probe 280

A 280 cm probe for daily backcountry touring and snow study, the Tour Probe 280 features a solid balance of length, light weight and packability.

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shovel, black diamond, rental, pieps, avy kit, avalanche set, rescue, rent

Transfer 3 Shovel

With a redesigned blade construction for cleaner snow study and easier stomping through hard avy debris, the Transfer is our workhorse shovel with a removable, extendable shaft for working in deep pits.

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    You own a mountain bike and use it at least once a month. You like getting lots of kms under your belt off-road and want to ride more singletrack to broaden your mountain biking skills.

    You’ve been a regular mountain biker for over 2 years. On average you mountain bike once a week through the season and you’re used to riding a variety of singletrack and double track trails

    You’re an experienced mountain biker, comfortable on most types of terrain. You ride at least twice a week through the season and will have a go at moderate technical features, such as rock gardens, small drops, roots and steep singletrack

    You are confident handling most types of trails and obstacles, including drops, logs, switchbacks, larger rock gardens and sustained technical singletrack. You ride at least 3 times a week and rarely get off and walk sections

    You can tackle anything the trail throws at you and have experience of riding all types of trail and obstacles (large, loose rocks, roots, drop-offs, logs, north shore, steep chutes…). You ride 4+ times per week, in all weathers, and you’re happy to ride all day long, for several consecutive days




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