Avalanche accidents can generally be avoided through good tour planning and the right decisions in the terrain. However, if an emergency does occur, then you should definitely know what to do. Quick action and a certain routine in handling the avalanche transceiver (avalanche transceiver) are then vital.
In order that all interested winter sports enthusiasts can effectively train the correct use of the avalanche transceiver, a modern avalanche transceiver training facility was built on the Tschengla in cooperation with the Alpenverein Vorarlberg, the ÖBRD local offices in Bludenz, Brand and Nenzing, the Naturfreunde Vorarlberg, FIRMALPIN, the Bergbahnen Brandnertal and the Bürserberg Tourismus Gmb. on the Tschengla. The facility is very easy to reach from the hikers' parking lot. In addition to individual training, courses can also be offered there.
At the avalanche transceiver training facility, all winter sports enthusiasts can simulate and practice various accident scenarios without prior registration and free of charge. The PIEPS ART STATION is ready for use without any additional supervision and enables users to use it in an uncomplicated way. The system is computer controlled and thus the transmitters hidden in the training area can be searched for at different levels of difficulty. Detailed instructions on how to use the avalanche transceiver training system can be found on site directly at the system.
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