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ROCK CLIMBING

ICE CLIMBING

MOUNTAINEERING

SCIENCE of ROCK CLIMBING

BACKCOUNTRY SKILLS

ICE SCREW SHARPENING

MOUNTAINEERING

The Adirondacks offer many opportunities for mountaineering adventures and have some great terrain for developing skills needed to tackle bigger mountains around the world.

 

Full Day 1/2 Day  

Guiding in Vermont arranged through:

  (8+ hours) (4 hours)

105 Briggs St.

Burlington, Vermont 05401

(802) 657-3872

www.petracliffs.com

 

1 person $160 $80
2 people $200 $100
3 people $240 $120
Multi-day discounts available.
Rates include all equipment except for mountain boots.
contact:  mike@adventure-science.com 

All ice climbing instruction follows current AMGA standards and is catered to the individuals needs and expectations.

TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION
Intro to Mountaineering
For anyone interested in learning basic skills for mountain travel (winter based course requiring snow & ice).
  • crampon and ice axe techniques

  • self-belay and self-arrest

  • ice and snow anchors

Alpine Style
Learn about climbing fast and light, a great prep for summer mountaineering in the Cascades or Rockies.
  • alpine rock skills

  • short pitching

  • time management

 

Mountain Expedition Training
Get ready for that summit you've been training for with essential skills for climbing big mountains.
  • route planning & navigation

  • rope team travel

  • crevasse rescue

 


CLASSIC MOUNTAINEERING ROUTES
MT. COLDEN via the Trap Dike (NEI 2-3) GOTHICS NORTH FACE
   
   
   


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