Safety academy alpine climbing advanced

Do you have a solid foundation for long-distance rock climbing and do you dream of climbing on cornerers in adventure terrain? This course is for you. Our guides will teach you the basics of climbing in adventure terrain: installation of cams, strap and making of relays in mountain terrain. The serious things begin and you will evolve as leader of rope to put your own protection. This course takes place in the mountains around Annecy, in Bornes, Bauges and Aravis. We will take advantage of the limestone rock and splendid view in the adventure terrain of the Pre-Alps to teach the basics or improve.
3 jours/ Intermédiaire à Expert
Next training :From 11 June To June 13, 2021
Price per participants3 jours/ Intermédiaire à ExpertInformation at +33 623 436 355
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Multi-rope - climbing long rock routes

Course requirements: Basic knowledge from ALPINE CLIMBING Basic or other sport climbing course, mastery of important belaying and knot techniques for single-rope routes, experience of lead climbing on alpine faces (difficulty level Ill-IV), good fitness (for 1-2 hours of climbing).

Course goals: Independently climbing a drilled-in, multi-rope route (difficulty grade IV-VI), use of mobile securing devices.

Course content - theory: Theory of knots and belaying, tour planning for multi-pitch routes, special features of alpine climbing, tour planning, use of topoguides, material science, alpine dangers, environmental aspects.

Course content - practical: Belay variants, securing techniques at a belay station, orientation on the rock face, first use of wedges and clamping devices, lead and follow climbing, process of climbing and belaying as a rope team, climbing the first multi-pitch route, abseil and release techniques.

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Good to know about the training
Safety academy alpine climbing advanced

Supervision by a high mountain guide or state-certified climbing instructor.
Possible loan of equipment (harness, helmet and slippers) depending on availability.
Loan of collective equipment.
Accommodation, meals and other costs.
Transport to the meeting point.
Sportswear, mountain shoes, water, afternoon tea, sunscreen, backpack.
Your personal climbing equipment
You must have the basics of long-distance climbing, but also be able to independently ascend and abseil.
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