Learn to Lead Women’s Clinic

Intermediate to Advance 

Description of 4 Day Course

 This course is designed for those who are wanting to lead Traditional rock climbs. The objective of this program is to introduce climbers to the techniques required for leading single and multi-pitch traditional rock routes while advancing technical and movement skills. We would like participants to have previous experience in rock climbing in the outdoors, experience cleaning gear, and now would like to get on the sharp end.

Course Highlights Include:

  • Introduction to selecting appropriate climbing rack for single pitch climbs and multi-pitch
  • Anchor building techniques and rope management in a single pitch and multi-pitch environment 
  • Cleaning anchors and setting up for rappel for single to multipitch setting.
  • Risk management 
  • What to bring 

September 4-6 2020

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