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BOEALPS 2004 Intermediate Climbing Class!

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BOEALPS 2004 Intermediate Climbing Class

Is currently accepting applications!

 

The Intermediate Climbing Class (ICC) is a great alternative to the Mountaineers Intermediate class.

 

Small class size (under 15 students)!

6-7 month program!

low student to instructor ratio, often 1 to 1!

 

Covers broad range of material:

Trad Rock,

steep rescue techniques,

Ice,

glacier,

alpine rock,

expedition planning,

and much more!

 

Extremely reasonable price!

Meet new climbers, gain new skills, and get out a lot this summer!

 

The ICC is for most climbers with 2 to three years experience and "basic class" equivalency

 

We help turn followers into leaders!

 

for information packet, 2004 schedule, and applications, check out:

http://boealps.org/intermed.html

Boealps ICC Info

 

Application deadline is March 8th!

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I took this class last summer. It was a blast. It's best suited for someone who wants to learn a lot about trad climbing. You're pretty much 1-to-1 through the whole class. The instructors will all show you how they like to do things, in class they'll discuss the + and - of various methods (bowline vs figure8, Cams vs nuts ect...) and then they let YOU decide what suits you best.

 

Last summer, I went on climbs to NFNWR of Adams, NWF of Slesse, WR of Stuart, WR of Sherpa and NR of Forbidden.

 

Awesome, Awesome, Awesome class! thumbs_up.gif

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