1. Well take an intensive look at some of climbingscrucial safety procedures like knots, anchors and themethod for safeguarding the climber with the rope (called the "belay).Then well set up a short, moderate climb which willgive you a chance to see how you feel operating in thevertical environment.
2. If youve already had some climbing experience wellevaluate your current level and work with you toimprove your technique and develop your skills.Once again, we take a highly personalized approachoffering you more demanding and challenging problemsas you continue to demonstrate mastery of the newmaterial.
3. Top-rope anchors: set-ups using only "natural" featureslike trees and bouldersLearning to place gear for top-rope anchor systemsRappelling (with safety back-up)Coiling (and uncoiling a rope)Care on ledges: ropes / rocks / people below you /yourself, etc.Movement on real rock, unusual techniques: jamming, off-width cracks, chimneys, mantelshelves, etc.