You already know the basics of tying in, belaying, and movement, now it is time to become the perfect climbing partner and learn how to lead belay and clean anchors!
The goal of this course is to teach participants how to lead belay and clean anchors becoming fast, safe, and efficient. These 2 skills will greatly effect the amount of climbing that you can get in on one day and will make it easier for you to find climbing partner.
We will begin the day by setting up some climbs to have some fun and to get your blood moving. Next you will dive into the lead belay lesson. How it is different from top rope belay? What to look for? How to catch a fall?! What is short roping? You will have plenty of time to practice before lunch.
After a delicious lunch made by our local partners you will spend the afternoon learning how to clean anchors. Your precious climbing gear is on the wall and someone needs to go up and retrieve it. You will learn how to use some new pieces of equipment and some special techniques used for cleaning anchors.
By the end of this course you will have learned the skills that any lead climber looks for in a partner. Pretty soon you will be getting on the sharp end yourself!
- 2 People: THB 5,995 per person
- 3-4 People: THB 4,995 per person
- 5-6 People: THB 3,995 per person
- 7 People: THB 2,995 per person
* For private groups larger than 7 people please contact us for prices and availability
- Review climbing fundamentals (Figure 8, Top Rope Belay)
- Dynamic lead belay
- Catching a fall
- Equipment for cleaning anchors
- Personal anchor systems
- Threading the anchor
- Lowering/Rappel/Abseil off anchors
This course is designed for beginner to intermediate climbers who already have some basic climbing experience and know how to tie basic climbing knots and can top rope belay.
AMGA/WMA Certified Guide, climbing equipment, insurance for climbing, lunch, transportation to and from the activity site and the CMRCA office.
Hotel Pick up and drop off service available at checkout.
Athletic Clothing, Closed Toed Shoes and Socks, Refillable Water Bottle, Sunscreen, Bug Spray, Camera, Snacks
08.00 - 08.15: Arrive CMRCA and receive equipment
08.30 - 10.30: Transport to climbing site
10.45 - 12.30: Climbing and lead belay
12.30 - 13.30: Lunch
13.30 - 16.00: Cleaning anchors
16.00 - 18.00: Return to CMRCA