To reserve a spot in a class we need a 50% deposit. Refunds for cancellations
can be given up to 30 days prior to the course (minus a 10% administrative fee).
The balance will be due at the beginning of the course.
We will do everything reasonably possible to ensure a safe climb with all our
climbing partners and clients. We want you to be part of the climbing team, too,
learning, being aware of the mountain terrain, and paying attention to safety.
We cannot, however, 100% guarantee a no-risk rock climbing experience. Rock climbing
does have an element of risk, no matter how many safety precautions you take.
The very terrain we climb in can be unstable -- falling rocks are always possible.
Other climbers can drop gear, weather can go bad, the climb can have traversing
sections where it's difficult to keep the following climbers perfectly safe, and
many other elements can conspire to add risk. So even though we'll focus on safety,
you still have assume the risk of climbing and accept responsibility for the outcome.
Bring a harness, belay device and locking carabiner, climbing helmet, climbing
shoes, chalk bag, day pack, rain gear, sunscreen, jacking, good hiking shoes,
2 liters of water, some energy food, and a great attitude. We can provide some
of this gear if you ask.