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We are a small guiding company committed to providing a fulfilling and personalized experience for each and every one of our clients. We strive to cultivate an inclusive environment where people can be themselves, have fun, and connect with others. We want to get to know you and your goals. We aren't just about climbing. we're about friendships, the wonder of the great outdoors, and the realization that anything is possible!
"Great instructors! I was impressed with the attention to detail and safety. They did awesome with my 13 year old daughter! She got as much climbing time as she wanted and she even got to rappel."
Central City, CO
"I am new to the climbing scene and was very impressed by the organization and professionalism of the entire crew. They did a top notch job of explaining the everything we would be doing during the day and emphasized the safety measures thoroughly. The result was an awesome and fun packed day of climbing and adventure. 5 stars!!"
"I took the Intro to Ice climbing and then stayed for the Happy Hour. I had a blast. Prior to today I did not think there was any chance I could do this. Brad and Dan were excellent instructors and coaches. Totally awesome. I will go back again."
When leading, care should be taken to keep the rope in front of your feet and not behind (which could lead to being flipped upside down in a fall). In this video, as the the leader stands up, the rope goes behind the left foot/ankle. The leader notices, then remedies the situation by kicking it off with the other foot. 😎
Grateful.☺️ Pascal (@pfinette) started climbing with us in April. Since then, we’ve conquered many summits together. His progress in climbing has been astounding! These photos are from an incredible trip to Moab this past week. I’m So excited for the adventures to come with this amazing human.
If you are planning to use tick marks on a climb, let’s talk about how do it correctly. 🗣 PSA: The tick mark should be placed where the index finger of the climber will go on the hold. It’s best to place your hand on the hold, then tick it according to your index finger location with the opposite hand. Don’t forget to brush off your tick marks when finished!