NAU


INTRODUCTION TO ROCK CLIMBING- PRM 399 (1 Credit)

The course will be conducted inside at Flagstaff Climbing Center on day one and outside – on real rock at one of Flagstaff’s numerous climbing areas- on day two. Students will have ample time to practice their skills with other beginner climbers, focusing on equipment use, climbing technique, belaying, and rappelling.

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ADVANCED ROCK CLIMBING AND ANCHOR BUILDING- PRM 399 (1 Credit)

For those who have moved beyond the beginner level and want to learn to set up their own climbing site, this course is focused on advanced climbing skills and technical rope and risk management skills. The purpose of this course is to enable students in outdoor education/leadership to understand institutional standards in

setting ascending and descending rope systems.  The course will provide instruction on advanced climbing, rope skills, knots, and equipment and enable graduates to make wise climbing decisions and climb with minimum impact. The class will be tailored to the prior knowledge of the students in the class as a whole.
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  • American Alpine Club
  • American Mountain Guides Association
  • Outdoor Industry Association
  • Climbing Wall association
  • The Access Fund
  • Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce
  • United States Forest Service