Are you interested in pursuing larger climbs in more remote settings? Do you know how to get you and your partner efficiently and safely off the mountain when a minor lead accident occurs? How often do you find yourself acting as the group leader? Answering yes to any of these may be reason, why a self-rescue course is right for you.
We understand that self-rescue may seem complex, and many people believe "accidents" will never happen to them. Dave Webber, a wilderness EMT and Mountain Ranger on Denali states, “Remaining silent and hoping that events go in your favor is a horrible risk mitigation strategy”.
Our self-rescue course is taught the same way our private days are. We will start with a one-on-one conversation well before we reach the cliff and determine your climbing styles, future goals, areas to focus on, and learning styles. Then, we will custom plan a day of fun, and easy to understand, self-rescue drills. You never know, these skills maybe what gets you out of a “rock and a hard spot”!
Who is this for? We can customize this course for any skill level however, we recommend groups be at or near the same skill level.
Trip Length: We can do a half day to a full week, We Recommend 2 days for multi-pitch and leader rescue topics
2020 Dates: April 18th and July 18th. The Carolina Climbers Coalition fund-raiser event will take place late fall, date TBA.
Want more dates? With two or more students we can provide custom dates. Just reach out by using the contact us button below.
Climbing areas include: Crowders, Pilot and Stone Mountain State Parks, Rocky Face Recreational Area, Rumbling Bald, various areas in Pisgah National Forest including Linville Gorge, Table Rock, Snakes Den and Big Ivy all in NC. We also occasionally guide at Big Rock, climbing areas near Table Rock SC.
One Day Course