Through our partnership with Cloud nine guides we’re able to offer a wide variety of outdoor courses guided by ACMG guides with years of experience.
All of our courses can often be booked upon request with at least 7 days notice for a group of 2 or more participants.
Learn about each of our lessons below, and follow the link to register:
Outdoor Lead lesson
Our Outdoor Lead lesson includes 3 hours of indoor training, where we practice clipping, lead climbing and lead belaying with a GRIGRI before moving outdoors for a full day lesson.
Outdoors we focus on building and cleaning lead and top rope anchors. You will learn how to clean anchors on both a lower and rappel using a range of equipment options.
Our Rock Rescue course will help increase your confidence and knowledge of ways to get out of situations many climbers find themselves in. Fallen leaders, stuck ropes, injuries and weak seconds can all cause problems when attempting a climbing objective. This course will help you overcome some of these challenges.
This specialty course includes 2 full days of outdoor climbing, with instruction on rescue techniques from below and above. Some of the skills learned include escaping the belay, raising an injured, passing a damaged section of rope, as well rope ascending and lowering options for individuals and teams.
Our ACMG guides will teach you how to handle whatever our local climbing areas throw your way, with the added benefit of washrooms and fresh coffee just steps away.
This course includes 2 days of indoor training and climbing. We will introduce you to the skills required to climb gear and multi-pitch routes; safely and with confidence. You will learn about placing gear and practice building multi-directional anchors, belaying from above, anchor transitions, route reading and more.
Outdoor Multpitch lesson
There is so much rock to climb in the Rockies, let our ACMG certified guides teach you how to handle whatever our local climbing areas throw your way.
This course includes 2 days of training and outdoor climbing. We will introduce you to the skills required to climb gear and multi-pitch routes; safely and with confidence. You will learn about placing gear, building multi-directional anchors, belaying from above, anchor transitions, route reading and more.
Are you ready for a view from the top?
There is so much rock to climb in the Rockies, but not every line is set-up as a sport route.