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A Week On the Rock Level IIISM

Steep face climbing

Students Per Instructor: 1 or 2
Course Length: 5 Days (approx. 8 hours per day)
Seasons Offered: Spring, Summer, Fall
Alpine Mastery Method: Rock Mastery - Level III
Prerequisites: Following Skills Evaluation

Course Cost:
Booked through
Private Instruction
One student per instructor: $2000
Two students per instructor: $1250/person

Course Summary: This course combines our Anchoring Methods course with three days of Technique Intensives resulting in 5 very full days of climbing instruction. The dual objectives of anchoring skills and movement skills give this course plenty of diversity.


Course Description:
Combining our Anchoring Methods course with Technique Intensives for one day each of crack, slab and face climbing, this course addresses two objectives.

First, you’ll acquire the skills needed to get out and climb on your own in a top-roped setting. At the same time, you will develop valuable protection placement skills that can later be applied as a leader.

Second, you’ll have the opportunity to develop and refine movement techniques for three distinctly different types of rock climbing situations. These skills can be applied to climbs anywhere in the world.

This is the ideal next step for climbers who have successfully completed our Following Skills Evaluation and wish to pursue more advanced climbing.

Warming cold fingers

Into the flaring slot

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