This two day rock climbing course near Perth WA is an excellent rock climbing program for those of you who are just starting out climbing, or have been training on gym walls and are ready to start outdoor rock climbing.
The introductory rock climbing course is designed for those with little or no experience with rock climbing or rope-work. The focus of the two-day program is on developing your skills and confidence in setting up the safety systems (belay systems) associated with climbing, with considerable time spent on the rock developing personal climbing technique. We have a high instructor-to-participant ratio (1:4) which ensures that appropriate safety and quality supervision are maintained at all times.
Adventure Out has been conducting climbing courses in Western Australia since 1984. Our excellent safety record and the fact that the majority of participants go on to advanced courses stand as testimony to the quality and value of our rock climbing program. We are also the preferred trainers for the Climbing Association of Western Australia.
Course Content – The program will cover:
Equipment used in rock climbing
Principles of movement on rock
Knots and rope management
Rock Climbing ethics
Rock climbing notes will be provided to all participants. At the completion of the course you will have developed your personal climbing technique and should be confident in establishing top-rope belay systems and belaying another climber.
Price shown is for 1 Person
Location: Churchman Brook (Perth)
Meeting place: Car park at the top of Churchman Brook crag
1st Oct - 31st Mar, 7am - 2pm Winter
1st Apr - 30th Sept, 8am - 3pm
Dates: Please use the calendar when booking.
2012 – 10–11 March, 9–10 June & 8–9 September.
on demand for groups of 4 or more. Please use the email enquiry form
below to contact us with your preferred date and numbers.
What is supplied:
All rock climbing and abseiling equipment including climbing boots (please advise your boot size when booking)
Please feel free to bring any items of personal rock climbing gear that you have.
What do you need to bring:
Plenty of water, lunch and snacks for the 2 days
Camera, Hat, sunscreen and insect repellent, hair tie if you have long hair
Comfortable footwear (joggers, runners or hiking boots)
Wet weather gear – thigh to knee length
A retainer strap for all glasses and sunglasses.
This course requires a minimum of 3 participants to go ahead.