Seattle MAC - Anchors/Cleaning Routes Workshop

Youth activity: Mountaineers Adventure Club

Seattle MAC - Anchors/Cleaning Routes Workshop - Mountaineers Seattle Program Center

How do you safely anchor a rope at the top of a climb? When you are done climbing a route after leading and/or top roping, how do you safely get all your gear down? This workshop will teach you those skills. This workshop has prerequisites, see leader's notes. AFTERNOON SESSION: 12:30pm-3:00pm

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COVID-19: Learn about our most up-to-date guidance for participants and leaders on our COVID-19 Response page. All participants and leaders must agree to the COVID-19 Code of Conduct before participating in this Mountaineers activity.
  • Sun, Feb 6, 2022
  • Seattle Youth Outreach Committee
  • Youth
  • Youth
  • Easy

Mountaineers Program Center, 12:30pm-3pm (AFTERNOON SESSION)

Make sure to arrive early so you can be ready and geared up by 12:30m.

For these workshops, there will be a morning session and an afternoon session to make sure everyone has a chance to come and that there is a good student:instructor ratio. Please pay attention to which session you are signing up for and make sure you arrive early in order to be ready to climb by 12:30pm!

Prerequisites: Climbing 101 workshops and competency with skills up to and including lead climbing/belaying. 

This workshop is a prerequisite for rappelling, multi-pitch and trad climbing workshops, as well as outdoor multi-pitch and alpine rock climbing. 

 

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students will earn:

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Mountaineers Seattle Program Center


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Required Equipment

Required Equipment

Harness, Belay Device, Personal Anchor (PA), Helmet, a couple quickdraws, and an extra locking carabiner. 

All climbing gear is available to borrow from The Mountaineers 

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