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Sierra Club offers wilderness first-aid course

The Sierra Club is hosting a wilderness first aid training session in the Denver area on April 2-4.

This course will prepare outings leaders and other backcountry users to handle medical emergencies and issues that may occur in remote places.

This course is required for any hike leader who is wishing to lead overnight backpacking trips in remote areas, as prescribed by the new national leader standards.



The course will be 20 hours in length, and class times are as follows: April 2: 5-9 p.m., April 3-4: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Mail a check for $135 to Jacob Morgan, made payable to the Sierra Club, at 610 S. Overland Trail. Fort Collins, CO 80521



For information, contact Jacob.Morgan@rmc.sierraclub.org or (970) 472-0205.


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