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Gary Bard

Avalanche Safety Instructor

Mountain Adventure Seminars

HQ Phone:  (209) 753-6556

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Mountain Adventure Seminars

148 Bear Valley Rd.

Arnold, California,95223

United States

Company Description

Mountain Adventure Seminars (MAS) is a year-round mountaineering school and guide service based in Bear Valley, California. MAS is owned and operated by Aaron & Kimi Johnson and is a reflection of their love for the outdoors and enthusiasm for playing, sharing...more

Background Information

Employment History

General Operations Director

Fishing, Photos, Birding, and Fun


Avalanche Safety Instructor for Mountain Adventure Seminars and Technical Representative

Ortovox


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(10 Total References)


About MAS

www.mtadventure.com [cached]

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.

wildebeat.net [cached]

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


MAS Avalanche Education

www.mtadventure.com [cached]

Gary Bard was a fantastic instructor, well prepared, in depth knowledge and made the course fun!
(Paul Nordquist - January 2005)


The WildeBeat / Feb-01-2007

www.wildebeat.net [cached]

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 28

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GARY BARD: You're in the mountains, and it snows seven/eight inches overnight.
STEVE: Gary Bard teaches avalanche safety skills and rescue techniques. GARY BARD: Everybody looks at a ski area and they understand that when the ski patrol is out throwing explosive charges in the morning and you can hear the, "whumph, whumph, whumph," that they're managing the avalanche hazard. Here's Gary Bard. GARY BARD: Stay away from slopes steeper than twenty-five or thirty degrees if it's within two or three days of a storm. Gary Bard walks us through a textbook rescue. GARY BARD: You want to have the slopes skied one person at a time in a particular area.


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