P1030797

Multi-Pitch Rock Climbing

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Product Description

The Canadian Rocky Mountains are world renown for rock climbing, with a huge variety of geology there is a mix of rock which offers a challenge for anyone. One of the best ways to spend a day in the mountains is to head out for a multi-pitch rock climb in the Canmore, Banff or Lake Louise areas. If you are looking for that next amazing experience this is it or if you are looking to learn more about the sport of rock climbing no better way than to spend the day with a certified ACMG/IFMGA mountain guide.

Additional Information

What's Included

Certified Mountain Guide
use of group technical gear
Some personal gear if needed

Gear List

o LONG PANTS to climb in. These should be nylon blend or Sheoller material
o Light SHIRT or T-SHIRT.
o Wool or fleece LONG SLEEVE SHIRT.
o Heavyweight fleece or insulated/down JACKET.
o Water proof OUTER JACKET with hood (Gore-Tex).
o Waterproof OUTER PANTS, preferably with side zips on legs.
o Light weight GLOVES.
o WARM HAT/TOUQUE
o NECK TUBE/BELLACLAVA
EQUIPMENT LIST
You will need to bring:
o APPROACH SHOES OR LIGHT WEIGHT BOOTS
o BACKPACK: Large enough to carry spare clothing, lunch, water and climbing gear. Approx. 40 liters
o CLIMBING HARNESS
o ROCK CLIMBING SHOES, comfy shoes for all day use
o CLIMBING HELMET
o CHALK BAG
o BELAY DEVICE WITH LOCKING CARIBINER
o SUNGLASSES with good UV protection
o SUN CREAM.
o Lip Sun Cream.
o HEADLAMP with fresh batteries.
o WATERBOTTLE (1L minimum).
o LUNCH for long day out in the mountains
o POCKET KNIFE.
o BLISTER KIT (‘moleskin’, ‘Second Skin’)
o CAMERA
o TREKKING POLE or old SKI POLE, optional

Insurance

We highly recommend purchasing Trip Cancellation Insurance

1 review for Multi-Pitch Rock Climbing

  1. 5 out of 5

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    Amazing day multi-pitch rock climbing with Jeff and my 11 year old son. Jeff came up with an excellent objective given our interest and skill set. His timing was also impeccable – we were the first at the crag and by the time we were coming down, quite a few climbers were coming up other lines. He also took the opportunity to give us plenty of pointers (although I still think he was favoring my son given how fast the little guy was climbing compared to his old man!). All in all, a fantastic day, highly recommended if you want to explore new areas, push yourself past what would normally be your comfort zone, or simply expand your knowledge by going with a mountain guide. Can’t wait to book our next adventure and for the snow to fly!

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