alexametrics 2 day climbing course Vang vieng
Introduction to Rock climbing
Introduction to Rock climbing
2 Days Climbing Course

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2 Days Climbing Course

Company

Adam's Vang Vieng Climbing School

Duration

2 Days

Start Price

$ 100

Code

VV-2D-ACS-01

Availability

Always

Physical Level

Challenging

Pick Up

Include

Start Point

Hotel

Pick Up/Start Time

9.30AM

Drop Off

Include

End Point

Adam's Climbing School

Drop Off/End Time

5PM

Travellers

Family Without Young Children , Friends , Solo , couple

Destinations

Vang Vieng

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Day 1

Overview

2 Days Climbing Course

We will begin with instruction on climbing equipment, climbing knots, belay devices and safe belaying techniques and procedures. You will be given the opportunity to belay a lead climber (instructor) who will set up a top rope for you. You will begin with an easy warm up climb and progress upwards in climbing grades. Your climbing guide will offer instruction and guidance in hand and foot placement (Beta) as needed. This can be extremely helpful to a beginning climber, just learning how to read rock. After completing 4 to 6 climbs of increasing difficulty, you will take a lunch break with a meal that is included in your tour price. After enjoying a nice meal, the afternoon will be filled with more climbing and additional practice with belay concepts.

Day 2

Overview

2 Days Climbing Course

We start the day with instruction on lead climbing. Lead climbing is a more advanced climbing skill where the climber takes the rope and their own equipment up the route to an established anchor. To ensure you are comfortable with leading, at your discretion, we will put a top road up and allow the climber to lead with a top rope back up. The climber will have the entire day to develop their lead climbing skills to ensure they are comfortable with placing quick draws, clipping the rope and setting anchors and cleaning a route.