This two day, 12-hour course is designed for people who have little or no climbing experience as well as climbers interested in transitioning from indoor to outdoor climbing. We maintain a 2:1 student-to-instructor ratio and customize every class for your goals, prior experience, and progress.
Imagine yourself standing at the bottom of a vast wall of rock. Your goal? Reach the top. Great climbers have learned that it takes more than skill and strength to consistently accomplish a goal. We all face challenges in our lives, even if they are metaphorical walls instead of rock walls...
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Black Diamond just issued a voluntary "Recall for Inspection" of it's carabiners and quickdraws. If you own Black Diamond carabiners or quick draws, take a second to review this recall and inspect all of your equipment to make sure it's safe.
We're continuing to experience one of the warmest Decembers in history in Coopers Rock State Forest. Although it has put a damper on our plans to get a lot of ice climbing done this off season, it's been great for working in a lot of late season climbing!
Check out these photos of Josh getting some mid-December bouldering in.
Hot off the press, RockandIce.com has rounded up their collection of amazing climbing accomplishments for this year. There was a lot to choose from and this list of successes highlights nearly every style of climbing. Which item on the list was most impressive to you?
With winter upon us, many climbers turn to indoor climbing gyms for training. Some even make their own home climbing walls (commonly called "Woodys"). Check out this gallery of impressive Woodys on Rockandice.com
With the Thanksgiving holiday quickly approaching and our 2015 season in the books, it seems appropriate to take a look back and highlight some of the many people and events that we're thankful for here at CRCG