Intro to Outdoor Rock Climbing Class
Learn to climb outsidePerfect for beginners
Our one day course is perfect for anyone who wants to learn the basics of top roping outside, whether you’re a complete beginner or have some indoor climbing experience. During this course, you’ll learn all about the ins and outs of outdoor climbing, including essential skills and safety techniques. We’ll cover topics such as outdoor etiquette, how to pack your climbing gear for a day on the rocks, technical skills and movement, tying in, and belaying. Our experienced guides will provide hands-on instruction and feedback throughout the day, so you can feel confident and prepared as you tackle your first outdoor climbs. Plus, you’ll have the opportunity to practice your skills on real rock formations and enjoy the beautiful natural surroundings. The course costs just $100 per person, and all necessary equipment will be provided. So come join us for a day of adventure and learning as we explore the exciting world of outdoor rock climbing!
No! This course is meant to teach you everything you know to start building the foundation of your knowledge of outdoor climbing in the area. All you need to do is bring yourself, and our guides will take care of the rest!
Nope! We have all the necessary equipment you will need. However, if you do have your own gear, you are allowed to use it as long as it is no older than 8 years old.
Please be sure to bring a pair of hiking shoes. This can be boots or sneakers but please NO open toed sandals. You will want to bring plenty of water, about 2 liters per person, food and snacks, sunscreen, bug spray, a rain jacket, and any other personal items you may want as we do not typically provide the aforementioned items. It is highly recommended to bring layers with you. You may also want to bring a change of clothes to leave in the vehicle, just in case. Bring a camera! We will take some photos and share them with you, at no additional cost, but sometimes we aren’t offered much opportunity to snap photos (as we are working hard to take care of you) and so you may want to bring a camera of your own.