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Introduction to Climbing

1 day course

£80 pp

Course ratio 1:8

Location: Peak District

 

Our introduction to climbing course is designed to give you a taste of what climbing on real rock is all about. The focus of these sessions is about having fun! The level of climbing will be tailored to your requirements and can be made as easy or as challenging as you like. Your expert instructor will guide you through the basic skills and techniques for a safe and fun experience you will always remember. This course is ideal for anyone looking for their first experiences of climbing outside on real rock, whether you've got some experience indoor climbing or just want to try out climbing for the first time, this course is open to all abilities and ages.

Our courses are run by highly experiences and qualified climbing instructors who hold the Climbing and Mountaineering Instructor Award (formerly MIA) and are members of the Association of Mountaineering Instructors.

Course content:​​

  • Fitting a harness and helmet correctly

  • Attaching yourself to the climbing rope - 'tying in'

  • Safe belaying technique

  • Buddy checks

  • Moving over rock techniques

  • Crag safety and etiquette

Requirements:

No previous experience necessary

Course dates remaining 2022

3 July

28 August

Outline of the day:

We'll meet you at the crag venue car park in the morning (lift share options may be available) and after an initial meet and greet we'll head out to our climbing venue for the day. Your instructor will set up some anchors and ropes on climbing routes so that you can enjoy the climbs with the safety and protection of a rope above you at all times. They will show you how to fit your harness and helmet, as well as teach you how to 'tie in' to the rope and belay your climbing partner. Your instructor will also encourage you to continually check yourself and your climbing partner to ensure that all knots and equipment are being used correctly. The day will come to an end usually at 4pm, with time to feedback with your instructor and discuss the next steps for you to progress in your climbing.

Kit to bring:

  • Plenty of warm clothing

  • Waterproof jacket 

  • Sun hat, sunglasses and suncream 

  • Plenty of food, snacks and water

  • Rucksack for all of the above and with space for some group kit to carry to the crag

Contact us:

07884 032 877

07811 194 854

rockupclimbing@icloud.com

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