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Rescue Courses / River Education Courses
Prepare for the worst ... learn to make good decisions for the best.

Our rescue courses provide dynamic, fast moving instruction specifically written and designed for individuals who want to significantly increase skills in the field. For all courses, there is an emphasis on identifying hazards, rescue techniques, for both self and others, and with this emphasis, individuals will to lean to develop proper judgment in order to avoid mishaps.

The following courses are currently offered: River Rescue Certification, River Rescue for the Professional, Swiftwater Rescue Technician, Wilderness First Aid.

Custom Courses may also be created. Please call us for further information.

Swiftwater River Rescue Certification

River Rescue is a DYNAMIC fast moving course specifically written and designed for professional river guides, private boaters and kayakers. Basic river skills are a prerequisite. Emphasis is on identifying hazards and…

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Rate: $275.00

Wilderness First Aid
Available May 19-20, 2018 // June 07-08, 2018 // June 09-10, 2018

Wilderness First Aid, (WFA), is Stonehearth Open Learning Opportunity's, (SOLO), most popular course and it creates a solid foundation in the basics of backcountry medical care. Wilderness First Aid …

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Rate: $245.00

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Where is Mad River?

Mad River Boat Trips is located in the beautiful Jackson Hole Valley in northwestern Wyoming, just south of Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park.

The Snake River begins its journey in the rugged backcountry of Yellowstone National Park and gathers water as it heads south toward Jackson Hole through Grand Teton National Park. The river exits the south end of Jackson Hole through the winding Snake River Canyon, lined with trees and steep granite walls, small alpine meadows and abundant wildlife. It’s on this section of the Snake that you’ll experience some of the wildest whitewater in the Rocky Mountains.

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