AE 201 - Wilderness Expedition
Professional practices of extended backcountry travel. Students plan, organize, and participate in a series of four to 14-day mountain, desert and/or river wilderness trips. Topics include Leave No Trace, menu planning, meal preparation, equipment use, expedition behavior, campsite selection, expedition technology, map and compass orienteering, route finding, and weather prediction. Students must have proper clothing and equipment for extended backcountry travel.
Clock Hours - (Lect-Lab): (1-4)
AE 101 (minimum grade of C+)
Permissions Required: Instructor
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