Tacoma Intermediate Rock - FT 1

Field trip: Intermediate Rock Module

Tacoma Intermediate Rock - FT 1 - Leavenworth

This two-day field trip includes trad placements and anchor building, and mock leads on single-pitch trad routes. Learning Objectives: To learn and practice the following climbing system components: Using your gear and gear management Placing protection (all types) Building SERENE anchors Lead and climb planning Purpose of oppositional anchors Belaying at an upper belay station Lead climb planning ___________________________________________________________________________ Learning Outcomes: Perform a competent lead climb with confidence on class 5.4 or higher. Competently set-up and perform a double rope rappel, while explaining the process. ___________________________________________________________________________ Equipment: Contact the field trip leader for possible additions or changes to this list Climbing Harness Leader Tie-Off Helmet Belay Gloves 10 Essentials 6 Single Runners 2 Double Runners Hardware Sling Chock Pick 10 Carabiners Overnight Car Camp Gear Cordelette/Equalette 1 Rope per 2 Climbers Set of nuts Rock shoes Cams: .3 to #3

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  • *Varies*, Crag Rock Climb, Strenuous 3, Technical 2
  • Moderate




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Required Equipment

Required Equipment

To be discussed at lecture

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