Backcountry rider Tyler Lundstedt’s undeniable and contagious passion for snowmobiling in the great Rocky Mountains led him and fellow riders to ever greater heights and challenges.
On January 21, 2012 Tyler died in an avalanche near Buffalo Pass in Colorado.
We took Tyler’s loss and looked for a way to help others not have to struggle through the same heartache.
The 3 biggest hurdles resonating in the industry were location, time and cost. Through active fundraising, countless hours of volunteering and a lot of hard work we are here to provide solutions in avalanche education.
"Great training program to help you be much better with and for those you ride with... I was lucky enough to take this particular class ON THE MOUNTAIN!! At Buffalo Pass area of Jackson County with SAR(Search and Rescue) people, forestry professionals, and even backcountry LAW Enforcement! I highly recommend them."
"Great class, with great people, serving a great cause."
"Great Avalanche awareness provider."
"Awesome program and so important! Thank you for helping snowmobilers get the proper education about avalanches and the danger!"
"Great education, definitely recommend to everyone riding in the back country."
"Great education and hands-on training! Would recommend to anyone who loves sledding!"
"Such a great class, thanks for all the knowledge and fun times."
"Awesome. Very good. Everyone should experience!"
"Awesome experience. Thanks for all the knowledge. Everyone should go to the class."
"Great education,focusing on the most important things in avi training. Thanks for educating us.."