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Initiation to the long hike
CONTEXT OF REALIZATION
The International Appalachian Trail - Quebec (IAT-QC), long hiking trail, crossing the Gaspésie on 650 KM and offering 1 to 40 days of camping stages, or rustic shelters, wish to increase its traffic by promoting training autonomous hikers interested in this type of outdoor adventure.
FOR WHO ?
This training is for hikers who wish to develop their skills, their knowledge and their experience to carry out a long-distance activity in autonomy.
This training is offered in semi-guided semi-coaching mode. The participant will be involved in all phases of the training to develop his autonomy.
• Develop in the participant the necessary skills and knowledge to carry out a long-distance project
• Accompany the participant in his learning process by promoting an authentic context of realization framed by a professional guide.
• Promote IAT-QC and its long-hike options
The training will last a total of 3 days and 2 nights, camping.
Participants must arrive prepared having received instructions to follow before the training.
The food is included and each participant will have a load of food to carry.
An offer of equipment for rent will be available (shop, IAT-QC, others).
A list of equipment to be provided will be provided to the participant.
Group material will be provided by IAT-QC.
THE TOPICS ADDRESSED
➢ Camping Without a trace;
➢ Elements of good planning;
➢ The equipment;
➢ The techniques of markets;
➢ Risk Management and Emergency Plan
➢ The weather
Guide - Trainer - Speaker
CGPA Guide - Canadian Association of Mountain Guides
Coordinator and teacher Cégep de Saint-Laurent - Adventure guide
Where and When ?
May 25-26-27, 2019 (Complete)
In Matane Wildlife Reserve
July 5-6-7, 2019 (Complete)
July 8-9-10, 2019 (1 places available)
July 16-17-18, 2019 (8 places available)
July 19-20-21, 2019 (1 places available)
August 27-28-29, 2019 (8 places available)
To register, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 418-560-4642.