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The Credit Class Continuation picks up where the PDP climbing classes left off. Participants will focus on building a mastery of lead climbing, lead belaying, anchor building, top rope anchors, self rescue, traditional anchors, gear purchasing advice, and a number of outdoor climbing trips to local crags.This class is intended for past participants of the PDP climbing course. If you would like to enroll, but have not taken the PDP climbing course, please contact email@example.com.
This 2 day, 3 hour course will prepare you to pass the standard belay test given at every climbing gym. Perfect for those who need a refresher or want to learn the basics for the first time.
Learn all the skills necessary to pass the Top Rope Qualifier Test. Instruction will include rope management and climbing knots, belay technique, climbing commands, basic climbing movement, and safety procedures.
This women's only class is an intensive introduction to Lead Climbing
This intermediate class focuses on improving climbers' understanding of movement, climbing technique, training methods, and advanced uses of climbing gear. Prerequisite: Participants must know how to belay prior to the first day of class.
The Lead Climbing class is 6 hour course designed to teach participants how to lead climb in a gym. The class will progress from explanations of how lead climbing and belaying work to in class practice.
This class is designed to prepare competent gym climbers for their first trips outside. Topics include lead climbing, rapelling, building and cleaning anchors, and risk management in an outdoor setting.