Climbing Self-Rescue Course - Seattle - 2014

Climbing Course

Climbing Self-Rescue Course

Climbing Self-Rescue Course - Seattle

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About the Climbing Self-Rescue Course
What would happen if your party needed to perform a rescue on high-angle rock or technical ice or on a glacier with the very limited resources available in a typical small climbing party? This advanced-level rescue course will give you tips for travelling safe and teach you how to execute high-angle rock and glacier rescues in parties of two.

Course Prerequisites
Successful completion of at least three intermediate or crag climbs.

Climb Leaders
Preferenece for enrollment is given to climb leaders. The course fee will be fully refunded to climb leaders who successfully complete this course.

Badges you will earn:

Course Requirements

This course has no scheduled activities.

Required Equipment

Harness, helmet
Belay device
4-6 locking carabiners
6-8 non-locking carabiners
3-4 single length slings
1-2 double length slings
1-2 hero loops
1-2 cordelettes
Ascender, ropeman, tibloc, or micro traxion (optional) 
Foot and chest prusiks (optional, for comfort)

Warm clothing, rain gear 



Course Materials

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