Ice Review & Introduction to Ice Climbing, December 15th & 16th 2018



Product Description

This 2 day Ice Review course has emphasis on reviewing and introducing skills for people who want to climb Ice at the crags and begin multi pitch climbing. We will discuss leading techniques, belaying techniques, setting up top rope anchors and how to clean them safely, rappelling, proper communication and of course do some climbing. This is a great ice climbing lesson for the first time outside ice climber or as an early season refresher to start the season safely.

6:1 Guest to guide ratio for instruction courses 2:1 guest to guide ratio for multi-pitch climbs, if you are interested in a multi-pitch climb add on, the cost is $235.00/ person. All guides are certified by the ACMG/IFMGA and the CAA, and have many years of climbing experience, your in good hands!

Add on a guided multi pitch ice climb on the 4th for $235.00 *based on 2:1 ratio, get a friend and lets climb!

*Multi-pitch add on, route will be chosen to suit ability up to WI 5 and up to 300m in length OR consider the Ice Review + 4 day course.

AAA is a full service guiding company, employing ACMG/IFMGA guides who are certified to work in any terrain or discipline.

Additional Information

Course Dates

December 15th & 16th, 2018

What's Included

Certified Mountain Guide
Use of technical group gear
You will have an opportunity to see and use a wide variety of gear

Gear List

•MOUNATINEERING BOOTS: You will need proper mountaineering boots designed specifically for this use.
•BACKPACK: Large enough to carry spare clothing, lunch, water and climbing gear. 40-55 liters
•2 TECHNICAL ICE CLIMBING TOOL for intermediate and advanced ascents. Modern leash less tools are preferred
•12 PIONT CRAMPONS which must fit your boots.
•SUNGLASSES with good UV protection, ‘glacier glasses’.
•Lip Cream.
•HEADLAMP with fresh batteries.
•WATERBOTTLE (1L minimum), Thermos
•BLISTER KIT (‘moleskin’, ‘Second Skin’)
In the mountains it is important to layer your clothing. I suggest layers of light, easily carried clothing that allow for fast and easy adjustment to best suit fast changing temperature conditions in the mountains. Cotton clothing of any kind is not recommended as it causes rapid heat loss when wet. We will have time to go through your clothing and gear prior to the climb.
You will need to bring:
•LONG UNDERWEAR, top and bottom, polypro, wool, capilene or fleece.
•WOOL/BLEND SOCKS clean socks for each day.
•Shoeller Pant and or Gore-tex pants
•Wool or fleece LONG SLEEVE SHIRT.
•FLEECE SWEATER (medium weight).
•Heavyweight fleece or insulated/down JACKET.
***A good down Jacket with hood is highly recommended***
•Water proof OUTER JACKET with hood (Gore-Tex).
•Waterproof knee-length GAITERS that will fit over large boots.
•Waterproof mountaineering GLOVES or wool / fleece mitts /gloves plus waterproof over mitts, two pairs.
•Light weight winter ice climbing gloves which fit tight, used for climbing with. These offer better dexterity for working with the gear


We highly recommend purchasing Trip Cancellation Insurance
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