Things don’t always go as planned while out climbing. Resources are limited and what may be a simple scenario could turn stressful very quickly. This clinic discusses self-rescue principles specific to bottom up and/or top down rock climbing situations (top rope, single pitch lead, multi-pitch). Knots/hitches, belay transfers, belay escapes, counter ascension/lowering, hauling systems and tandem rappels are among possible skill sets taught and practiced. Self-rescue involves the use of common tools and equipment that you might regularly have with you while out at the crag.
-Experienced AMGA Climbing Instructor
-Climbing harness (fully featured, padded & sized)
-Rock climbing shoes
-Belay device & locking carabiner
-Additional personal climbing gear as needed (e.g. cord set, quick draws, traditional protection, etc.)
-Group climbing equipment (e.g. rope, anchor materials, etc.)
-Group emergency supplies (e.g. first aid kit)
-Transportation to/from meeting and/or field site
-Personal clothing items & approach footwear
-Food snacks and water
11/5/2016 - 8:00AM-4:00PM
(SINGLE DAY CLINIC)
SALT LAKE CITY, UT*
$80.00 PER PARTICIPANT**
Payments for this course are subject to our standard policies. Please visit our Policies webpage for more information: http://www.mountained.com/policies/
*Clinic will meet at a University of Utah parking lot near the Bonneville Shore Line Trail and then transfer to the climbing site.
**Price requires 4 participant minimum enrollment.