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Are you a sport climber looking for more difficulty and new techniques? Do you want to deepen your technical knowledge?

The sport climbing evolves and observes a special admiration the large walls. The search for difficulty or the mere fact of enjoying a day of climbing on a wall track attracts many sports climbers. If you are one of them and you would like to learn wall climbing techniques such as climbing lakes with your partner, handling material, interpreting sketches, assembling a safe meeting, rapping safely between meetings and an infinity of technical aspects, This is the course you’re looking for.



  • Material needed for this type of track.

  • Single rope handling.

  • Double rope handling and technique.

  • Handling of twin ropes.

  • Protocol of communication with the companion that scales first and between meetings.

  • Fixed anchors and their mechanical resistors (parabolt, espit, nails).

  • Dynamic assurance. 

  • Theory of the factors of fall.

  • Where to put the fall restraint, from the meeting or from the insurer.

  • Types of meetings (fixed triangulations, mobile, fisheye).

  • Organization of meetings and placement according to departure.

  • Secure the first and second rope team from a meeting.

  • Techniques to minimize fall factors.

  • Route reading and sketch interpretation.

  • Chained rappels and efficiency techniques.

  • Placement of floating insurance (friends, recessed).

  • Reinforcement of doubtful insurance.

  • Rope placement, safe distance.

  • technical clothing.

  • Communication protocols to prevent security failures.

  • Assess the status of fixed anchors.

  • 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 mountain theory on stress corrosion. How chlorides and sulfides affect our anchors. 

  • Type of material suitable for each environment.

  • Criteria for evaluating personal and collective material.

  • Dangers of the end of rope when we rap between meetings.

  • Short rope notions on descents for wrecks and compromised areas.

  • How to abandon or get off a road safely.

  • What we need to pack.

  • Ways to communicate with emergency services.

  • What to do in case of unforeseen events or accidents.

  • 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.