The Introduction to Leading Bolted Routes Course is a program of classroom instruction designed to equip students with the fundamental technical skills and experience necessary to safely lead climb well bolted single pitch routes.
Route risk assessment
Face climbing techniques
Leading a route
Must be able to top rope 5.9 comfortably indoors and/or outdoors; personal gear required: helmet, harness, shoes, belay device (tube, e.g. atc,reverso); 6 quickdraws, 6 locking carabiners; 2 personal anchors (PAS); 2 shoulder length sewn runners (8mm wide); 1 cordelette (20 ft of 6mm cordage); chalkbag optional. Ropes will be provided. DATES: 3 evening sessions 9/9, 9/16, 9/23 and 1 full day field trip to Exit 38 9/28 weather dependent.
For course info or questions please contact Helen Arntson firstname.lastname@example.org