Young Senders Series - Rock Climbing Scheduled Course

Young Senders Series

Kids love to climb! This series gets them doing so together, outside, on real rock, in the company of guides to keep it safe, fun and directed. Young climbers will visit various crags and rock types in Big and Little Cottonwood Canyons. Participants may attend any or all of the Thursdays.

  • Routes of all difficulty levels available (5.4- 5.14)
  • Students will get plenty of mileage on fun routes
  • Challenging pitches help students advance
  • Multi-pitch routes, if appropriate

Skills and techniques taught include:

  • Tying essential knots and hitches
  • Rappelling: pre-rigged, multi-pitch, and with friction hitch
  • Belaying a leader
  • Placing and removing stoppers and cams
  • Building and cleaning anchors
  • Climbing technique for cracks, friction, faces and roofs
  • Coaching on specific skills students may seek

Doesn't fit your schedule?

Any of our pre-scheduled courses can be run as custom outings. If you're interested in a course but the dates don't fit your schedule please check out our custom guiding options.

How to Register:

Young Senders Series

Young Senders Series

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Course Details

2019 Dates

July 11, 2019 Thursday
July 18, 2019 Thursday
July 25, 2019 Thursday
August 1, 2019 Thursday
August 8, 2019 Thursday
August 15, 2019 Thursday

Duration

Full Day (8:30-4:30)

Location

Salt Lake City, Utah

Fee

$219 per person plus tax, or
$499 plus tax for any 3 days.

UMA reserves the right to cancel or shorten the clinic if fewer than 2 participants register.

Level

Intermediate. Top-rope and belaying experience recommended.

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Utah Mountain Adventures

P.O. Box 521809

Salt Lake City, Utah 84152-1809

Phone: (801) 550 3986

Fax: (801) 486 8505

Email: uma@utahmountainadventures.com

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