Rock season is here! From climbing festivals to personalized one-on-one days out contact me for more information. On our rock climbing courses, you’ll learn the skills you need to pursue rock climbing in a variety of settings. You’ll spend your days learning about moving on rock, belaying, rope handling, building anchors, and more. Depending on your course, you may learn to climb on a variety of rock types, from granite to limestone to sandstone, or focus your skills on one area. Whether you’re new to climbing or a seasoned climber, you’ll find plenty of ways to challenge yourself.
Intro to Climbing: Want to shorten your learning curve and learn proper climbing technique? Learn to climb, learn to lead, gear placement, equipment selection, clothing & layering. First time climbers and kids welcome! Everything needed to get you out on the rock.
Intermediate Rock: Improve your climbing technique! This intermediate course focuses on next level skills, leading, efficient anchors, station management and transitions, multi-pitch climbing, rappelling, knots, gear & proper selection. The goal of the course is tailored to suit your areas of development. Participants should have prior rock climbing experience.
Anchor Construction: It all starts here. Anchor building is essential to mitigating risk while climbing. This course will give you hands on instruction on how to build solid anchors. The course is designed to give you knowledge and background information of actual anchor building situations with instant feedback. Through the course of the day, you will have the opportunity to build anchors, and have your anchors critiqued. By the end of the day you should have the confidence to set up your own anchors in just about any situation.
We provide everything from multi-day instructional courses to climbing clinics to day out learning objectives. Our topics cover; learn to lead, anchor building, rappelling, multi-pitch, gym-to-crag, expedition planning, along with all the climbing disciplines sport, trad, ice and alpine.
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