ROCK CLIMBING IMMERSION climbing course with tent
Duration: 2 Days
Country/Region: Switzerland, Uri, Ticino, Bern
Price: 590 CHF p.P.
The perfect course to learn and train all basics of outdoor climbing in 2 days!
This 2-day course teaches from A to Z multiple topics of outdoor climbing to make your climbing career as fun and safe as possible.
To make it even more unique, we will camp outdoors, admire the stars, and have an incredible time together.
min. 4c indoors
Climbing on lead experience
Tent based course for outdoor rock climbing
Today was an incredibly instructive day: From the correct use of belay devices to the rope technique and effort-saving movement on the rock, we learned a lot! Furthermore, we were able to climb several sport climbing routes independently, which can be quite tiring.
We sit in a circle and enjoy still a fine camping food, talk and joke together and enjoy the clear starry sky. We toast to a first successful day before heading to our tents. Tomorrow will be another great climbing day with like-minded people!
On the second day, we’ll once again get down to business on the rocks: we’ll share lots of tips and tricks for climbing rock climbing routes, so you can improve your knowledge and climbing technique in complete safety.
Our tent based micro expedition courses are as unique as you are: that’s why we plan them carefully and adventurously, so that we have an unforgettable adventure full of breathtaking views, movement and fun on the rock.
Some cantons where we offer our rock climbing courses are:
Ticino, Uri, Schwyz, Bern, Obwalden, Nidwalden and many more.
Rock Climbing Basic Course Immersion
The perfect offer if you want to experience a two day climbing course in alpine environment and combine it with camping.
Ready for some action?
Your benefits with Exped Tribe:
Local and multilingual mountain guide
who will document the trip with professional recordings and look after your well-being. You will receive drone videos, photos and much more as a souvenir of your adventure.
of max. 8 participants. Increased flexibility, familiar atmosphere and harmonious get-together. We do our best to ensure that all participants have an incredible adventure! We conduct expectation phone calls and pool participants who have similar expectations and abilities. We are happy to accept special requests!
We offer Alpine gourmet cuisine, completely without meat/fish!
Planting of several trees per participant. You will receive a certificate of your trees and will be able to follow their growth.
Cost-effective rental materials such as sleeping bags, climbing equipment and much more are available.
Planned schedule of the rock climbing immersion basic course
From the meeting point we divide the material and walk to the climbing crag, which is intended for our course. As soon as we arrive, it’s time to start climbing! After a theoretical introduction, it’s time to practice a lot ourselves, under the supervision of an experienced mountain guide. As soon as the finger domes hurt and the energies are slowly used up, it’s time to set up our base camp. We choose a plain with panoramic views of the alpine world, and end the day with a camping dinner. Those who wish can still enjoy the silence of the night watching shooting stars.
We look at more complex rock climbing topics, as well as get tips and tricks for effortless progression on the rock. Among other things, we learn the necessary techniques to thread the rope on top of routes, safely abandon a route and much more.
Again, we will practice, practice, practice in order to apply the techniques we have learned. At the end of the course, everyone will be able to climb outdoor sport climbing routes independently and in safety.
Important info about your adventure
- Hard shell jacket
- Soft shell or fleece jacket
- Climbing pants, T-shirt and sweater
- Warm clothes for the overnight stay
- Sun and lip cream, sun hat
- Drinking bottle
- Ev. camera
- Sturdy shoes for approach
- Backpack (40-60l)
- Climbing shoes (tight but comfortable)
- Climbing harness
- Climbing set (3 HMS carabiners, belay/rappel device, 1 set of 6 expresses, 60 cm webbing slings, belay sling, prusik sling)
- Other climbing material, if available
For the overnight
- Warm sleeping bag (comfort temperature -5°)
- Sleeping mat (insulated preferably)
- Cutlery (fork/knife/spoon/cup/bowl)
- Toiletries (reduced to minimum)
- Other camping equipment if available
Federally certified mountain guide or climbing guide
Professional photos and video reportage
- Snacks (not included, serves to replenish energy levels): This is eaten between breakfast and dinner and taken with you for appropriate days. Dried fruit, chocolate, cheese, wholemeal bread and energy bars are good. Remember not to make your backpack too heavy
- Half board (included): Out of commitment to animal welfare, we do not offer fish/meat. We do our best to keep the menu as exciting as possible despite logistical challenges. Please notify us in advance of any special dietary needs
- Climbing harness, CHF 20.00
- Helmet, CHF 15.00
- Climbing set, CHF 30.00
- Sleeping bag (comfort temp. -5°), CHF 30.00
- Insulated sleeping mat, CHF 25.00
This course is suitable for both beginners and advanced students, as the course material is discussed in advance according to the group and the wishes of the participants. It is also ideal as a refresher course;
We also offer this course in other Swiss cantons with an overnight stay in a hut or camping. Contact us if you prefer not to stay in a tent overnight
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