trempers books good if you can understand it and put it into use that's prob more than avvy 1
snow sense is good too
Read the fuac page religiously if your bored go back and read past incidents or years over view. A bunch of you tube viddies going over standard pit tests.
TGR has a slide forum and well startin with the stickeies never hurt.
Not sure if beacon parks @ soli or bird in but dial that shit in find out what your beacon does with conflicting/converging flux lines and the ability to flag or mark multiples.
Do not over look basic 1st aid an understanding of the a b c's of bls and the first rule of any rescue scenario is don't become an additional victim.
Easiest way to learn imo is through strong partners, easiest way to find strong partners is to be one yourself.
When you walk out the door in the morning, what matters most is not what type of skiing you do but whether that skiing is any good. On a waist-deep day, dropping into tight chutes or open bowls, down a sweet line throught the trees where pockets of wind-blown snow create so many natural lips and launching pads... So lets let the dubious bickering within our own sport die with it. The answer is already out there, along with the energy, the freedom, and the truth: What "saved skiing" is SKIING. - Tom Bie