Intermediate Climbing Course - Everett - 2012

Climbing Course

Intermediate Climbing Course

Intermediate Climbing Course - Everett

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The Everett Mountaineers Intermediate Climbing Course consists of a set of modules which are taken separately, respecting course prerequisites. The course modules are:
  • Leading on Rock
  • Intermediate Glacier Climbing
  • Ice, Winter and Mixed Climbing
  • Self-Rescue
Note that students must also enroll in a separate Level 1 AIARE avalanche course to graduate the course. Students can either apply to, and sign-up for each course individually in a "pay as you go" manner, or can apply to entire program with a discounted “bundled” pricing. Registration under this course listing is appropriate for those using the bundled option. Applications for the bundled program can be obtained from the Intermediate Programs Chair under whom the course will be listed. To register for the course, complete the application form. The registration fee will be due upon acceptance in the course and payment instructions will be provided at that time.

The Everett Mountaineers Intermediate Climbing Course has been modularized. The course is divided into five separate courses:

1. Leading on Rock
2. Alpine Ice
3. Level 1 Avalanche Training
4. Winter/Mixed Climbing
5. Self Rescue

The Leading on Rock, Alpine Ice, Winter/Mixed Climbing and Self Rescue courses can be signed up and paid for individually or a “bundled” $400 pricing is available if you commit to all courses up front.

If you have any questions regarding any module, please contact the respective course coordinator or the Intermediate Climbing Program Chair: Stephen Bobick, sbobick2@gmail.com.
Course Requirements

This course has no scheduled activities.

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