6 days intensive course to teach you all the safety and technical skills to be able to attack some classic routes on your own and enjoy the thrill from real hights. This is not only an introduction course, we aim to show you all tricks and make sure you are able to use them when needed on the wall so better to be ready to climb a lot and get exposed.
The goal for Rockbusters' one-week Multipitch climbing course is to learn all the skills needed for multi-pitch climbing to be able to go and hit some cool long lines with confidence and stay reasonably safe. Of course, we believe the best way to learn is to do so all the things will be taught on a rock trying to maximize your climbing time and practice in real multi-pitch climbing situations.
Maximum quality and quantity of climbing.
Are you hungry to discover new climbing horizons and open the door to the worlds’ classic big routes in Yosemite Valley, Alps, Patagonia, … Are you a solid single pitch climber leading 6b/6c sport routes or above ready to take another big step in your climbing? Mastering all multi-pitch climbing skills is your ticket to major climbing adventures and getting the real thrill from your climbing experiences. Move on up from single pitch to multi-pitch and trad climbing, and find out just how high you can go.
To provide quality and safe service we keep the ratio guide to the client to 1:2 maximum and will focus only on multi-pitch climbing skills. To master trad climbing or tune your technique and performance see our Trad climbing course or Sport climbing camps or trips.
Multi-pitch climbing is used when climbing long routes on big walls where more than one length of rope is needed. It can vary between 2 or 25 or more lengths. One length we do call pitch. Between the pitches there are belay stations, sometimes called anchors where climbers stop, belay each other and get ready to hit the next pitch.
reasonalby tight climbing shoes / harness / helmet / belay device / 2 screw gate carabiners / 60cm sling
We provide all the gear, but you will need to bring your own reasonably tight climbing shoes and harness. We have belay devices, slings, and helmets, but you might prefer to bring your own. We strongly suggest bringing a down jacket, a hat, a rain jacket, a pair of comfortable approach shoes, a headlamp, a sleeping bag, and a backpack big enough for carrying lunch and gear to the crag.
Upon arrival, before you get to the place of your final destination you will need to stop in the store to shop for breakfast and lunch food for the week. Usually, there is equipped kitchen with a refrigerator in the place and close-by shops to replenish supplies.
There are plenty of restaurants and bars to have dinner. Communal dinners can be organized if required.
More info will be provided after booking/inquiring!
Shared accommodation in local climbing hostels, cottages, campsites, or places run by local climbers
Private room possible if required ahead (will be charged extra)