Training sessions & Workshops

Sound avalanche training is extremely important in the mountains in winter. You can find further information on our training centers, Snow & Safety Workshops and avalanche courses here.

Avalanche Training Center

Off-piste skiers, ski-tourers, snowshoe hikers and other interested parties can now practice the correct use of avalanche transceivers in realistic conditions! The training facility is self-explanatory. The training grounds have many buried avalanche transceiver transmitters, which thanks to their long battery life, can remain in the snow the whole year round. The transmitters can be activated by radio command from a control center.

As in the case of an avalanche, those on the training course do not know where the transmitter is. The electronic system also means that it is possible to activate one or more transmitters on a random basis. Unlike in reality, the transmitters are not excavated after precise location. The final location takes place using an avalanche probe. The transmitters are in plastic containers with defined sensor areas and a system for automatic feedback in the event of location.

Mammut Alpine School Avalanche Courses

Sound avalanche training is essential for anyone who goes off the prepared pistes and paths in the mountains during the winter months. Our courses offer you a comprehensive combination of theory and practical training. You learn how to assess the snow conditions from the planning to the realization of a tour, thus laying the foundation for avalanche theory. In order to make it easy for you to reach a course in your region quickly, we offer a range of locations in Switzerland, Germany and Austria.

Avalanche training courses: Get your avalanche certificate (Swiss Association of Mountain Guides standard) in Andermatt. Avalanche basic course Avalanche refresher course Snowshoe hiking introductory course Freeriding introductory course Ski- and snowboard-touring introductory course Make use of a 30% discount on the course price when purchasing a Mammut Barryvox or Mammut avalanche airbag. You can find more information at
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