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You already have experience in rock climbing as an initiate, but you feel like you want to go further, something is on your mind that you could do better than your friends have taught you. 

It’s a good attitude to be restless and self-taught, but if you think there are certain things that are best explained to you by a professional so that you fix them for the rest of your life as an athlete, this is your course. You will learn to secure your partner correctly, analyze your drop and disassemble with full security.  

We will also teach you to assess if the route you climb involves objective risks, correct bad habits acquired and an infinity of details that you may have overlooked.



  • Autonomy in climbing first. 

  • Dynamic fall retention methods.

  • Plating techniques: steering to avoid levers on carabiners.

  • Assemble and disassemble hooks with various protocols. 

  • Get off the hook with abseil techniques. 

  • Disassemble picks with elements of fortune.

  • Dismantle a collapsed track.

  • What to do when we fall off the wall (wormhole).

  • Gestural technique for each type of climbing (slab, vertical, lying slab, overhanging, etc.).

  • Advanced knots. 

  • Introduction to specific training.

  • Types of anchors and mechanical resistance.

  • Stainless steels and steels.

  • Learn how to evaluate if and what type of anchor is affected by corrosion.

  • Technical material.

  • Learn how to use non-automatic drop reaction devices.

  • Useful tools, such as safety goggles and pole

  • Evaluate potential hazards (anchor states, distances between them, sharp falls or repeats).

  • Detect anchors and latches affected by corrosion.

  • Identify the most common corrosions in stainless steels and steels.

  • Basic theory on stress corrosion. How chlorides and sulphides affect our anchors. 

  • Type of material suitable for each environment.

  • Criteria for evaluating personal and collective material.

  • Dangers of the end of rope and how to avoid them.

  • How to abandon a path.

  • Rappel a way to avoid damaging the rope.

  • Protocols in case of an accident.

  • The natural environment.

  • Fauna and flora of the place.

  • Regulation of natural areas.

  • What we can and can’t do.

  • The importance of leaving things as we find them.

  • How to do our physical needs in the bush.

  • Civic behavior in climbing schools.

  • How to use the tracks.


If you already want to get started, don't hesitate and apply for the course now.