Rock Climbing Course / Beginners

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Overview:

This course seeks full approach to the World of Sport Climbing Self Protection Principle.
The area of studies “technical and material” will provide the students knowledge of personal and collective material commonly used in climbing, both from the point of view of its use as maintenance.
The student should be able, at the end of the course, to solve basic technical difficulties, ie:
Differentiate the various technical difficulties that are in the practice of climbing. Learn climbing techniques differentiating the various facilities and performing all operations necessary to progress through these facilities with ease and security.
The Security area sports and “Self Security” provide students enough knowledge to properly plan the initiation level activities, with emphasis on the prevention of accidents and hazardous situations, know the “Do’s” and “don’ts” in unfavorable situations, accidents, incidents and risk.
The Natural Environment area will give students a general understanding of the natural environment through science interact therein: archeology, biology, climatology, ecology, geology. Emphasis will be placed on the causes of environmental degradation, becoming aware of the importance of developing all the time a civic activity and environmentally. Discover less appropriate dates to access some walls for nesting birds and the need for its conservation.

Needs:

Water and some food for practices.
Tight clothing and suitable weather permitting.
Notebook and pencil.
Sports shoes for walking in the mountains.
Check doubts.

Includes:

Theoretical and practical classes.
Director: Alejandro Macias
Materials needed.
Accident Insurance.
R. sure C.
Transfer to areas of activity. (Check)

Duration: 12 hours.

Normally spread over 4 hours a day and a second day of eight hours.

The place of the implementation will depend according to the characteristics of the particular course: number of participants, availability environments, the group needs.

Normally spread over 4 hours a day and a second day of eight hours.

The place of the implementation will depend according to the characteristics of the particular course: number of participants, availability environments, the group needs.