Rock Rescue

Take this three-day course to equip yourself to deal with the unexpected when climbing a multi-pitch route. 


Equip yourself to deal with the unexpected when climbing a multi-pitch route. 

While many climbers are aware of some of the dangers of multi-pitch climbing, many believe that these types of emergencies won’t affect them. But what happens when your partner gets injured and you are more than one pitch off the ground? As a multi-pitch climber, you need to be prepared for this type of situation. 

By taking this rock rescue course, you will equip yourself with the skills and knowledge to self-rescue an injured climber on a multi-pitch route. This ultimate risk management technique is necessary for any serious climber. Who knows? You may save a life. 


19,995 THB per person

    What climbing experience do I need for this course?

    This course is designed for advanced climbers. All participants must have previous multi-pitch climbing experience and must be familiar with climbing knots and hitches, know how to use a GriGri, plaquette device, and prussic, and feel comfortable using climbing equipment.

    What's included in this course?

    AMGA-Trained Guide, Climbing Equipment, Insurance for Climbing, Lunch Box and Drinking Water, and Red Truck Transportation

    What skills will I learn in this course?

    Baseline, Hauling Systems, Ascending, Tandem Rappel, Counterbalance Rappel/ Pick Off, Spider Lanyard

    What should I bring?

    Climbing Gear (if you have it), Athletic Clothing, Closed-Toed Shoes / Socks, Refillable Water Bottle, Sunscreen, Bug Spray, and Snacks

    What is the projected itinerary?

    Day 1

    Equipment for Self-Rescue, 5 Essential Knots/Hitches, Escaping the Belay, Baseline, Top Management Belay and Lowering

    Day 2

    Mechanical Advantage Hauling System, Ascending/Rappelling, Tandem Rappel, Counterbalance Rappel, Spider Systems, Base Managed Pick off, Knot Passing

    Day 3

    Morning: Multi-pitch Trojan Horse or Deep in Space

    Afternoon: Mini Rescue Simulation, Additional Practice and Skill Refinement, Discussion of Ascending to a Fallen Lead Climber

    *This is a 3-day course that starts at approximately 8 a.m. and ends by 5 p.m. each day.

Safe, highly trained, lead climbing experience

While this group costs more than the competitors group, I was able to observe Gee's technique against the other outfits guides and Gee was much safer and practiced under the Colorado Mountain School (US) standards.

CMRCA is the best!

I can say that going out to Crazy Horse Was by far one of the highlights of my trip.

Safe, professional and fun

Crazy Horse is a great location to do a climbing course and CMRCA have great guides.

Intro to Caving was great!

What a cool thing to do while in Chiang Mai! The cave was amazing!

“fun adventure, great company”

My caving trip with CMRCA was the best thing I did in Chiang Mai!

Intro to Cave Climb

The leaders are very knowledgeable about the area. Safety was a priority. Highly recommend this outfit.