Try the "Dry Tooling"

Dry tooling, a good physical training for the icefall and a full-fledged activity. The Bureau des Guides Annecy invites you to climb ice axes in hands and crampons (sometimes slippers) on natural sites specific to the activity. Haute Savoie is equipped with beautiful cliffs equipped. The nearest is 15 minutes from the center of Annecy. It allows you to evolve from initiation to expert, as long as you are a regular climber.
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Dry-tooling?

Several approaches can lead to practice the "DRY":

  • Train for the icefall. Gestures, strength, handling of ice axes.
  • As an activity as such; Dry tooling is a booming activity and contests are attracting more and more practitioners.
  • When weather conditions do not allow climbing and the desire to go out is stronger than going to "feel the resin" in the room: the Dry allows you to stretch your arms it rains, snow or sale.
  • It's new, fun and it's super nice

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Try the "Dry Tooling"

The price includes
- Climb option only, half-day: 190 € to share between the participants (6 people maximum)

- Climbing option + revision / theoretical learning of ice climbing techniques: 320 € to share between the participants (6 people maximum)

We can lend ice axes and crampons - provide shoes adapted to automatic crampons.
The price doesn't includes
-Transport
-Recovery and repatriation insurance
-Housing and meals
All that is not in "the price includes"
Meeting place
Les Sangliers
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