Login with Facebook
 ADVANCED
Multipitch teacher
View Latest Posts in This Forum or All Forums
   Page 1 of 1.  
Follow replies to this topic? Notify me at the top of web site.
1

Email me.
 
 
By Tommy Barker
May 12, 2014
Well, the title pretty much says it all. I have been climbing for a couple years but have never ventured beyond the first pitch. At this point I only sport climb because I do not have a rack. So, I would like to learn on a two or three bolt anchor. However, I would be more than willing to follow trad. I know how to remove trad gear. I have am familiar with the process but I want to make sure I am doing everything correctly. I can lead up to nines and follow tens but, I may be a little slow on the tens. Looking forward to hearing from you thanks!

FLAG
By Adam Maxwell
From SLC
May 15, 2014
Hey Tommy, I'd be happy to show you the ropes of getting off the ground. Pick a classic you'd be stoked to explore in LCC and we can make it happen. I'm available most weekday mornings.

FLAG
By Gambel Oak
May 15, 2014
I'm availabe most weekdays after work and weekends. Sort of the opposite schedule Adam has. I've know a some areas in the local canyons that are well protected, moderate gear routes. PM me and we can exchange contacat info. - Josh

FLAG
By Daniel.
From SLC, Utah
May 21, 2014
Hey guys,
I'm in the same boat as Tommy, just moved to the area from Indiana. I've followed a bit of trad, but wouldn't call myself an expert in removing gear. Maybe schoolroom or crescent crack to start on?

FLAG
By rging
From Salt Lake City, Ut
May 22, 2014
CoR
To get the full experience you should choose an area that requires one to build a belay station. One of the best areas that protects well and has endless belay possibilities is Steort's Ridge. Not the greatest climb but a great place to learn.

FLAG


Follow replies to this topic? Notify me at the top of web site.
1

Email me.
Page 1 of 1.