Take your rock climbing skills to the next level with one of the certified guides from the GuideSource team on this intermediate course set in the Alps.
Top-up your climbing capabilities in the lovely Alpine mountain range.
Benefit from a quality team of certified guides experienced in the region.
Build confidence as a quality rock climber.
Upgrade your climbing capability with us in the stunning setting of the Alps. This intermediate rock climbing course quickly advances your climbing skills and moulds the average climber into a confident, technical climber.
Climbers who are familiar with basic belaying, anchor construction, rappelling methods, all basic equipment, and have some experience with multi-pitch climbs, are the perfect potential participants for this course.
The intermediate course reinforces the techniques of anchoring, belaying, and safety techniques. All of which will be incorporated in multi-pitch climbs.
The course also covers a variety of topics, which include the more advanced anchor systems, gear placements, route finding, belay escape, rope management systems. In addition, you’ll get to know logistical planning for longer routes, strategies for multi-pitch rappel set-ups, and evaluating in-situ anchors and rap stations.
Upon completion of the intermediate course, climbers will have built confidence in their all-round ability to navigate the mountains, as well as being a reliable second for the average recreational leader.
The nature of multi-pitch climbing is a much more complicated and technical activity than typical gym climbing methods, and participants learn how to implement a number of techniques.
This intermediate course is the natural progression from our Rock Fundamentals course, but is also ideal for those who have the equivalent set of skills. To be able to participate in the course, you are expected to have a good level of fitness.
Depending on your specific level of experience, skill and interest, the location in the Alps may be different.
Get in touch now to reserve your place on this intermediate rock climbing course situated in the lovely alpine mountainside.
Required equipment: Comfortable, loose athletic clothing appropriate for the weather conditions, and ready for the possibility of rain; rock climbing shoes, harness and helmet, and all technical gear: all furnished free of charge by MNGS and UIAA approved; sunglasses and sunscreen, lib balm; water bottles (one or two with a capacity of 1 liter each) or water hydration system; lunch and/or snacks; Comfortable approach (hiking) shoes; small day pack to carry everything.
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Group of 1
|EUR 361 each|
Group of 2
|EUR 181 each|
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