Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec
Transfer from Monterrey airport to the accommodation in El Potrero Chico. First delicious home cooked Mexican dinner!
Early breakfast and departure to practice on sharp grey limestone cliffs. I will teach you lead climbing theory. We will practice how to build sport anchors, how to clean anchors. We’ll also learn rappelling and lead climbing.
The scenery in the area is beautiful!
We will learn about the theory of multi-pitch climbing during breakfast on day 4. Then we walk the crags. The group gets divided: half of the participants go sport climbing together and the other half go multi-pitch climbing.
If you don’t want to try multi-pitch you can do sport climbing on both days.
Relaxing at the end of each day. There’s time to swim, take a hike, hang out or just take a nap!
Today we learn and refine steep sport climbing technique while watching others. It’s the opportunity to try something more challenging than what you would normally do.
We will enjoy exploring the area.
In the evening, going away celebration with a delicious feast!
Early breakfast and debriefing of the general experience. Depart for the Monterrey airport.
All meals are included except those on travel days.
I will provide transportation from the airport to the lodging.
Equipment: climbing shoes, chalk, harness, helmet, appropriate clothing, backpack for the day.
I can rent you the climbing equipment, contact me for more info.
Group maximum size: 12 people
Mick has traveled the world over in search of the perfect mountain experience. After working for years under other companies’ ethos and philosophies, nothing quite fit with his personal convictions and passions. In 2006 he set out on his own to make his vision of the holistic mountain experience a reality for anyone who shared his passion for the outdoors.
Having traveled all over the U.S. as the son of a railroad employee, Mick is accustomed to movement and new views. Mexico, Canada, Thailand, Taiwan, Europe, South America, Tanzania are some of the places and cultures that have shaped and influenced Mick.
Currently, Mick resides in Seattle, WA managing Kaf Adventures and continuing to hold the vision of this ever evolving company. He works tirelessly to continue to provide world-class experiences that provide knowledge and a greater perspective of the great outdoors.
Mick’s true passion is education. He has found a unique passion for educating aspiring instructors and guides in the U.S. You will find him outside helping new leaders gain confidence in their ability to make decisions in complex environments.
When he is not in the field (where he spends over 100 days a year) you can find him creating electronic music and making people dance. Mick has a habit of making those around him smile, and you might just wonder when he sleeps!
Mick is an American Mountain Guide Association certified Rock and Alpine Guide, SPI Program Provider, AMGA Instructor Team Member, LNT Master trainer, a Wilderness First Responder, a certified Level 3 AIARE avalanche graduate, an instructor for the American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education, and speaks Spanish and a little Swahili.
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