Have you ever climbed a simulation But never really climbing You want to learn about other basic skills. In real rock climbing Let us give you advice. While climbing will try to get more attention. From people who exercise regularly around the world where CMRCA has simulated cliffs Because the simulated cliffs can be designed Various exercises Improve climbing skills and important for everyone to use the service comfortably.
However, real rock climbing has opened up another aspect of the challenge. Not just climbing the hardest path in the simulation of rock climbing. But you must have a deep understanding of the rope control (Belay). Understand the strength of the rope. And rope bundle And the risks that can occur Other than that, there are other skills, such as finding a path reading catcher. And plan to rest during the climb
We want you to learn the most effective, exciting, interesting and fun course with a real rock climbing change. Not because you have never actually climbed, meaning you have to learn basic climbing skills. And not because You can climb at the Lead Climbing. You will have to learn that course again. Please consider the questions below. And contact the CMRCA staff so that we can plan the skills you need
Can you string 8 (Figure-8)? Can you control the rope by using ATC or similar equipment? Are you confident in climbing simulators with less experienced people than you? How much climbing skills do you know? (Footrest, body twisting, foot switching, etc.)? You know how to take care of the pins Or worried about being buried on a cliff that used to climb? Do you understand the complexity and how to succeed in a rock climbing system? Have you ever aborted? Have you ever taken the lead at a sport climbing cliff? Which side of quickdraw between the straight door Or should it be attached to the pins? Do you know Fall Factor? Can you do toe-hook, gaston, and mantle?
If not taking into account your ability Our trainers can adjust the lesson plan as you want. And according to your ability No matter which course you choose We will need you to learn as much as possible. Try new things And have interesting stories for your friends to listen to!Course Booking Terms and Conditions
- Crag hazard recognition and mitigation
- Equipment for climbing outdoors
- Essential knots and hitches for outdoor climbing
- PBUS belay
- Bolt evaluation
- Basic anchor systems
- Route finding (the holds are not all the same color anymore!)
This course is designed for a beginner to intermediate climber with little to no outdoor climbing experience.
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