This full-immersion, hands-on introduction to outdoor rock climbing teaches the skills needed to be a technically sound advanced single pitch climber who can lead outdoor routes and set up & clean top rope anchors. This camp also introduces traditional multi-pitch climbing systems.
Participants should be fit, possess a desire to learn and have some mountain experience. However, rock climbing proficiency is not a prerequisite, it is an outcome.
Day 1: Introduction to Outdoor Rock Top Rope Climbing
Day 2: Learn to Lead Sport Climbing
Day 3: Anchor Building, Climbing Technique & Trad Concepts
Day 4: Multi-pitch Climb
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Learning climbing knots
Photography by Louis Arevalo
Lowering and top-roping in scenic Big Cottonwood Canyon
Photography by Anna Wright
Multipitch climbing above Big Cottonwood Canyon
Photography by Alex Lemieux
|June 22-25, 2022||Wed-Sat|
Beginner to intermediate indoor climbers will benefit from this camp. This class is for people who have no experience up to people who climb 5.10 indoors. Indoor rock climbing and/or bouldering experience preferred, but not required. No outdoor rock climbing experience required. Guests should expect to and be able to hike 10-20 minutes on easy-moderate hiking trails.
4:1. Except Last Day, 2:1
$799 per person plus tax
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