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Ice Climbing Essentials

January 7, 2022

Led by: Ishani Sawant

8:30am - 2:30pm

This one-day clinic is focused on building a solid base of skills for ice climbing. Participants will learn essential skills such as equipment fitting and use, belaying technique, strategies for staying comfortable at the crag, and will practice movement on ice climbs.

Suggested experience: no prior climbing experience required
Routes: WI2 to WI3+, Capacity: 8

$100

Friday

Climbing Essentials

Ice Climbing Development

January 7-8, 2022

Led by: Andres Marin

8:30am - 2:30pm

This two day clinic is intended to build on foundational climbing skills and introduce skills and techniques for climbing steep ice, building anchors, and placing ice screws. Participants should expect to practice good belay technique, refine skills such as ice tool and crampon mechanics, practice efficient body positioning, and learn how to build ice anchors and place ice screws both on and off the ground.

Suggested experience: Recommended to have some experience rock climbing or ice climbing

Routes: WI3 to WI4+, Capacity: 8

Presented by: PETZL

$150

Friday, Saturday

Climbing Development

Park to Peaks

January 7-9, 2022

Led by: Marcus Garcia

8:00am - 2:00pm

This three-day clinic is designed to give skills for moving beyond the crag and onto longer or more remote ice climbs. Participants will have the opportunity to climb multi-pitch ice climbs, practice efficient movement, and learn techniques for anchor-building, technical descending, and strategies for longer days in the mountains. This includes one day in the park, one day in-classroom, and one day in the backcountry.

Suggested experience: Experience rock and ice climbing. Multi-pitch experience (rock or ice) is suggested but not required.

Routes: WI3+ to WI4+, Capacity: 4

Presented by: RAB

$250

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Backcountry

Ice Climbing Essentials

January 8, 2022

Led by: Leah Miller

8:30am - 2:30pm

This one-day clinic is focused on building a solid base of skills for ice climbing. Participants will learn essential skills such as equipment fitting and use, belaying technique, strategies for staying comfortable at the crag, and will practice movement on ice climbs.

Suggested experience: no prior climbing experience required
Routes: WI2 to WI3+ , Capacity: 8

$100

Saturday

Climbing Esesntials

Adaptive Ice Climb Essentials

January 8-9, 2022

Led by: Mo Beck & Pete Davis

8:00 - 2:00pm

This two-day clinic is focused on building a solid base of skills for ice climbing. Participants will learn essential skills such as equipment fitting and use, strategies for staying comfortable at the crag, and will practice movement on ice climbs. Our staff will work with you on your specific adaptive needs.

Suggested experience: no prior climbing experience required

Note on what to expect: Although our staff will try their absolute best to maximize comfort, participants may need to be prepared to be carried, hauled, move awkwardly, etc. in order to get into the gorge and to the climbs.

Routes: WI2 to WI3+ , Capacity: 6

Presented by: THE NORTH FACE

$100

Saturday, Sunday

Climbing Essentials

Mixed Climbing

January 9, 2022

Led by: Jessica Perez
and Stefan Hadeed

8:30am- 2:30pm

This one-day clinic will introduce the basics of mixed climbing technique. Participants will practice good belay technique, learn the mechanics of mixed climbing, ice tool and crampon use on both rock and ice, and will practice movement skills on a variety of routes.
Suggested experience: No prior climbing experience required
Routes: M3 to M5, Capacity: 8

$100

Sunday

Mixed Climbing

Anchor Building

January 9. 2022

Instructor: TBD

9:00am - 12:00pm

This half-day clinic focuses on the fundamentals of strong climbing anchor systems. The clinic starts by reviewing fundamental principles of climbing anchors and then will introduce variations using different materials, anchor points, and contexts. Participants should come prepared for lots of practice!

Suggested experience: some experience rock or ice climbing is recommended but not required. Capacity: 6

Presented by: OUT IN THE WILD

$70

Sunday

Anchor Building

Ice Climbing Essentials

January 7, 2022

Led by: Nikki Smith

8:00 am - 2:00pm

This one-day clinic is focused on building a solid base of skills for ice climbing. Participants will learn essential skills such as equipment fitting and use, belaying technique, strategies for staying comfortable at the crag, and will practice movement on ice climbs.

Suggested experience: no prior climbing experience required

Routes: WI2 to WI3+ , Capacity: 8

Presented by: GRIVEL

$100

Friday

Climbing Essentials

Park to Peaks

January 7-9, 2022

Led by: Akio Joy

8:30am - 2:30pm

This three-day clinic is designed to give skills for moving beyond the crag and onto longer or more remote ice climbs. Participants will have the opportunity to climb multi-pitch ice climbs, practice efficient movement, and learn techniques for anchor-building, technical descending, and strategies for longer days in the mountains. This includes one day in the park, one day in-classroom, and one day in the backcountry.

Suggested experience: Experience rock and ice climbing. Multi-pitch experience (rock or ice) is suggested but not required.

Routes: WI3+ to WI4+, Capacity: 4

Presented by: SCARPA

$250

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Backcountry

Ice Climbing Essentials

January 8, 2022

Led by: Mari Simpson

8:00am - 2:00pm

This one-day clinic is focused on building a solid base of skills for ice climbing. Participants will learn essential skills such as equipment fitting and use, belaying technique, strategies for staying comfortable at the crag, and will practice movement on ice climbs.

Suggested experience: no prior climbing experience required
Routes: WI2 to WI3+ , Capacity: 8

$100

Saturday

Climbing Essentials

Anchor Building

January 8, 2022

Instructor TBD

9:00am-12:00pm

This half-day clinic focuses on the fundamentals of strong climbing anchor systems. The clinic starts by reviewing fundamental principles of climbing anchors and then will introduce variations using different materials, anchor points, and contexts. Participants should come prepared for lots of practice!

Suggested experience: some experience rock or ice climbing is recommended but not required. Capacity: 6

$70

Saturday

Anchor Building

Ice Climbing Development

January 8-9, 2022

Led by: Nikki Smith

8:00 - 2:00pm

This two day clinic is intended to build on foundational climbing skills and introduce skills and techniques for climbing steep ice, building anchors, and placing ice screws. Participants should expect to practice good belay technique, refine skills such as ice tool and crampon mechanics, practice efficient body positioning, and learn how to build ice anchors and place ice screws both on and off the ground.

Suggested experience: Recommended to have some experience rock climbing or ice climbing

Routes: WI3 to WI4+, Capacity: 8

Presented by: GRIVEL

$150

Saturday, Sunday

Climbing Development

Backcountry Planning & Avalanche Awareness in Ice Climbing

January 9, 2022

Led by: Joshua Jarrin

8:00am - 2:00pm

This one-day clinic is for those who are preparing to go into the backcountry for more remote ice climbing. Focus will be on terrain identification, basic avalanche mechanics, travel strategies, and decision-making. This clinic will begin indoors and then shift outdoors in the afternoon.

Suggested experience: No experience required, Capacity: 6

Presented by: DEUTER & ORTOVOX

$70

Friday

Avalanche Safety