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Gary Bard

Avalanche Safety Instructor for Mountain Adventure Seminars and Technical Representative

Ortovox

HQ Phone:  (303) 652-3102

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Ortovox

1200 S Fordham St. Suite C

Longmont, Colorado,80503

United States

Company Description

We developed our first BACKPACK MODEL four years after our company was established in 1981. We were the ones who recognized 27 years ago that a full set of EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT (avalanche transceiver, shovel, probe) also needs to include a backpack. The models ...more

Background Information

Employment History

General Operations Director

Fishing, Photos, Birding, and Fun


Guide and Manager

ECHO River Trips


Deputy Fire Chief

City of Berkeley, Ca


Affiliations

American Institute of Education and Avalanche Research

Board Member and Technical Committee


Web References(11 Total References)


The American Alpine Club —

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The gear raffle was a big success, thanks to the generous support of sponsors who donated the schwag: Dave Talsky of Mammoth Mountaineering Supply, Backcountry.com, James Wilson of Wilson's Eastside Sports, and Gary Bard of Ortovox USA.


East Bay Express | eastbayexpress.com | Calendar : Sports/Outdoors

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Find out Wednesday evening, February 26, when Gary Bard, an avalanche safety instructor for Mountain Adventure Seminars and technical representative for Ortovox, brings several tons of snow down on the Any Mountain store in Berkeley -- figuratively speaking, with a transceiver demo to send for help.He'll give you the knowledge to stay alive with his informative slide show and lecture.The rest is up to you.The free class begins at 7 p.m. 2777 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley.


About MAS

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Gary Bard has been avid backcountry traveler, instructor, skier and guide for over 30 years.Gary the driving force behind the MAS Avalanche Education Program and is a senior guide and trainer for MAS guides.Gary also serves on the Board of Directors and Technical Committee for the American Institute of Education and Avalanche Research (AIARE).


The WildeBeat: The audio journal about getting into the wilderness.

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Gary Bard, an avalanche safety instructor for Mountain Adventure Seminars, talks about easy ways to stay out of avalanches, and describes a rescue.


The WildeBeat: Transcript for show number 31

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GARY BARD: OK, ready?
Go! GARY BARD: Got it! A minute fifteen.


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