Saturday clnic selection

 
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All Single Day Clinics = $60

1 Day of Clinics: $60
+Saturday Night: $30

=$90

2 Days of Clinics: $120
+Saturday Night: $30

=$150

Please select the clinic you would like to participate in on Saturday. Once your selection is made you will be forwarded to Saturday clinic selection page. If you do not wish to participate in a clinic on Saturday, please select the button below.

 

Saturday clinics

 

Intro to Multi-Pitch Climbing

Guide Outfitter

Aspect Adventure

Clinic Description

If you've ever been climbing in single pitch terrain, clipped the anchor and just wanted to go higher, this clinic is for you. Drawing from techniques familiar to single pitch climbing as well as some new systems, this clinic will focus on getting you and your climbing partner up and down multiple-pitch climbs efficiently and safely. We'll focus on routes up to Grade III.

Women’s Clinic

Guide Outfitter

Aspect Adventure

Clinic Description

Learn to climb like a girl! This clinic is for all identifying as women (and supporting partners!) to unlock their gracefulness, fluidity and power that often linger just below the surface. Spend your Saturday within a supportive community, examining mental and physical challenges specific to women on rocks. Topics to include beta for lady crushers, training hurdles, culture hurdles. We will also discuss women as environmental stewards, and how to extend this clinic beyond the festival.

Base Site Self Rescue

Guide Outfitter

Red River Adventures

Clinic Description

When climbing, what may be a simple scenario could turn stressful very quickly. This clinic discusses self-rescue principals specific to bottom up rock climbing situations (top rope and single pitch lead climbing). Belay transfers, belay escapes and counter ascension/lowering skill sets are taught and practiced. Self-rescue involves the use of common tools and equipment that you might regularly have with you while out at the crag.

Top Site Self Rescue

Guide Outfitter

Red River Adventures

Clinic Description

When climbing, what may be a simple scenario could turn stressful very quickly. This clinic discusses self-rescue principals specific to bottom up rock climbing situations (top rope and single pitch lead climbing). Belay transfers, belay escapes and counter ascension/lowering skill sets are taught and practiced. Self-rescue involves the use of common tools and equipment that you might regularly have with you while out at the crag.

Intro to Adaptive Outdoor Rock Climbing

Guide Outfitter

National Ability Center

Clinic Description

Climbing is for everyone! Have you ever wanted to get out on the rocks but feel unsure because of a differing ability? Join the National Ability Center for an intro to adaptive outdoor climbing. We will have all kinds of adaptive systems and equipment to try alongside our skilled adaptive climbing guides.

Crack Climbing and Off Width

Guide Outfitter

Red River Adventures

Clinic Description

Crack-climbing and off width climbing can be challenging and intimidating! Whether you're a seasoned crack-climbing veteran who wants to refine your skills, or you've always avoided the opportunity to stick your hand, foot, or body in a crack, now is your chance to come crack the code. Our skilled instructors will help you learn the tricks of the trade through guided practice, offering insight to the importance to determination and technique.

Fear, Falling, and Better Belaying

Guide Outfitter

Utah Mountain Adventures

Clinic Description

Fifty years ago the rule was: the leader must never fall. These days, controlled falling has become standard practice and every lead climber should practice active falling and belaying. This clinic will focus on both psychological and technical aspects of lead falling, and participants will practice intentional lead falls and dynamic belaying. We will cover topics such as risks, consequences and fear control, as well as forces/dynamics, equipment and body control. Join us, take the fall and move on with your climbing progression!

Concepts of Improvised Rescue

Guide Outfitter

Jackson Hole Mountain Guides

Clinic Description

One of the most important tools in your kit is how to use your gear wisely. Out on the rock, we may not always have the "right" gear, but with the right knowledge we can improvise! Join us for a discussion on gear and technique combinations that can help you out of tricky situations while climbing. We'll practice putting these core concepts to use in self rescue situations and assisting others in self rescue. Grow your climbing confidence with solid knowledge of the concepts and a little creativity.

Let’s Go Climbing

Guide Outfitter

Red River Adventures

Clinic Description

Enjoy top roping with local guides in our beautiful big back yard! This clinic is appropriate for all levels, and especially for those beginning to climb outdoors. Come meet a new partner or two, and enjoy both our community and the great outdoors.

Sport Lead Climbing

Guide Outfitter

Red River Adventures & Petal

Clinic Description

Been to the gym and looking for the next adventure? Maybe you have top-roped outside but are craving the sharp end? Take that next step and learn to lead! This clinic introduces participants to lead climbing fundamentals in a sport or fixed protection setting (bolts, etc.). Equipment use, leading principals, anchors, route setup and cleaning are all discussed and practiced. Participants will lead climb in a mock-lead top rope environment.

Art of the Project

Guide Outfitter

Red River Adventures & CAMP

Clinic Description

This is an intensive clinic designed to help climbers break into new levels of difficulty in a single pitch environment. CAMP athlete Ben Rueck, who helped develop the curriculum, credits his growth as a climber to learning and understanding the art of project. The curriculum is designed to put a structure behind projecting that can be used to dissect and accomplish our objectives, covering emotional, mental, and physical parts of the process.

Aid Climbing: How to Approach a Big Wall

Guide Outfitter

Red River Adventures

Clinic Description

This is an excellent introduction to the techniques and systems used to ascend a big wall. Learn about station management, how to rig a porta-ledge, haul system options and aid climbing. This clinic is best suited for climbers who have previous experience outdoor climbing.

Partner Rescue Primer: Plan Ahead and Prepare

Guide Outfitter

Prival

Clinic Description

Primer sessions 1 & 2 of the Primal Partner Rescue Series: For experienced climbers, this is an overview of efficient belay management systems and rope handling for variable technical terrain, and to be better prepared for partner and self-rescue. In the morning, we'll look at how alpine and rock guides move through multi-pitch technical terrain with a balance of team security and efficiency. In the afternoon, we'll review the foundational skills for belaying, and systems in partner rescue. These are sessions

Gym to Rock: Sport Lead Climbing 101

Guide Outfitter

Utah Mountain Adventures

Clinic Description

While the gym is a great place to train for climbing, the real deal demands a wider set of skills, including the technical systems to keep both you and your partner safe. Learn route and guidebook reading, anchor building, anchor cleaning, rappelling and Leave No Trace for climbers. This course is appropriate for top rope climbers and for those newly lead-certified or working towards certification in your local gym.