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1-Day Intro to Multi-Pitch Climbing Course in British Columbia

Join ACMG-certified guide Hannah on an exciting day introducing yourself to multi-pitch climbing in the southwest of British Columbia and Canada.

Mountain RangeCoast Mountains
Duration1 day
Offer periodJul, Aug, Sep
Skill LevelIntermediate
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripGroup

Highlights

  • Learn from instructors with expertise in all aspects of climbing.

  • Take your climbing to the next level by acquiring specific multi-pitch skills.

  • Enjoy the amazing Canadian mountains as your classroom.

Description

Hit the next level in your climbing career and see British Columbia from great heights! Learn how to multi-pitch climb on a day course in the beautiful wilderness of Canada!

Tucked into its southwest corner, the Squamish area of British Columbia provides the best place to learn the ropes of multi-pitch climbing. With slabs and routes for every type of climber, all in the serene Canadian country, few places are as alluring when it comes to multi-pitch climbing and mountain sports.

With professional-caliber rock courses and peaceful terrain throughout the mountains, you couldn´t ask for a better location to learn how to rock climb. For climbers ready to take it to the next pitch, this program is for you.

Your program is a perfect transition from single-pitch climbing. You will learn safe and fast belay transitions, two-rope rappel techniques, and more. You will also review some of the techniques and practices you have already learned, including belaying, anchor construction, and protection placement.

British Columbia and the Coast Mountains are my home away from home, and showing my favorite climbs and areas is what I love to do. I can give you a local experience and make you feel like a Canadian. My professional expertise will ensure you have a safe and satisfying day progressing into a better climber and having a lot of fun.

Plus, if you book this program together with my Rock Rescue course, you will receive a ten-percent discount! Learn how to multi-pitch and basic rescue techniques at the same time!

Book this day program NOW and introduce yourself to multi-pitch climbing in the sublime scenery of British Columbia!

I can also take you on an introductory trad climbing day in Squamish! Or we can treat ourselves to an entire week of rock climbing in British Columbia!

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We can also set up custom dates for your course. Contact us for more information.

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About the guide

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I am an ACMG Rock Guide, I started guiding because I am very passionate about teaching people the technical side of climbing as well as the emotional achievements that come with challenging yourself and connecting with nature.

I have been climbing since I was a kid with my teddy bear clipped to my harness, and since then I have dedicated years to travelling, rock climbing, mountaineering, and improving my technical skills.

I have climbed El Capitan in Yosemite Valley 4 times, sent 5.12 in 5 different countries, and love combining the techniques from rock types around the world. I am also an Industrial Rope Access Technician and enjoy geeking out on the physics of rope systems.


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Prices per person

Group of 1

CAD 464 each

Group of 2

CAD 232 each

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- Guiding fee

Price details

This is the price to join one of our group programs.

The price includes the guiding fee and the group equipment.

The price does not include personal gear, additional costs including those of the guide, personal items, personal food and drink, and anything not specifically mentioned as ¨included.¨


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