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Revision as of 18:54, 24 April 2013

Stop hand.png Old Trip
This is the sign up and organization page for an old trip. It already happened. Please do not sign up for it.

Synopsis

Main article: Son of Rock

Son of Rock is the traditional spring/summer instructional climbing trip. The rock is finally dry, the snow sucks, and the days are long. The plan is to have several stations set up in the vicinity of the Smoke Bluffs in Squamish. There will be at least one instructor at each station. All ability levels are welcome and no climbing experience is necessary. Tentatively there will be 4 skill levels: absolute beginner, anchor placement, sport lead climbing, and trad climbing. Group size will be determined by instructor availability.

Trip organizer: Fisal and Jens

Date

  • May 11th - 12th, 2013

Meet on Saturday in the Murrin park parking lot at 8:00 am.

Pre Trip Meeting

Attention, new time:

Pre trip meeting will be on May 8th from 7:00pm to 9:00pm in BUCH A203

Ideally everybody will have organized rides before the meeting, and secured gear for the trip.

Sign up for Saturday instructors and students

Please indicate if you are an instructor and what you would be willing to teach and the climbing gear that you have. PLEASE INDICATE YOUR EXPERIENCE LEVEL,


Intro to Rock climbing

For those of you who have never climbed before and want to learn the basics

  • Instructors
  1. Fisal Elstone
  2. Daniella Zandberger (rope and draws)
  3. Lea Zhecheva
  • Students
  1. Luka Culibrk
  2. Yuri Chenyakin
  3. Jeff Abeysekera
  • Waitlist

Top rope anchors

For those who want to move from gym climbing to outdoor climbing and don't know how to make safe anchors for top-roping. Please bring all the climbing equipment that you own. Helmets are MANDATORY as is something to anchor yourself such as [1] or just a sling will do but it may be less comfortable. We will be covering all different types of anchor setup. Please indicate if you would like to spend some time climbing or focus more on setting up different anchors with different equipment)

  • Instructors
  1. Steph Grothe (or rock 1)
  2. Clemens Adolphs (or rock 1)
  3. Jannu Casanova (or rock 1 or 3) Have rope, anchors and draws. Started climbing 15 years ago but just once in a while. Can lead easy 10s in sport, 9s in trad.
  • Students
  1. Petra Klupkova
  2. Ru Lai
  • Waitlist

Intro to lead climbing (sport)

For those interested in learning how to lead.

  • Instructors
  1. Will Beattie
  2. Clemens Langemeyer
  3. Cora Skaien (or Rock 1- rope, 10 quick draws, anchor)
  • Students
  1. David Newton
  2. Winston Ho
  • Waitlist

Intro to trad climbing

For those interested in learning how to properly place trad gear (and climb while you're at it).

  • Instructors
  1. Erica Lay
  2. Jon Leighton (1 or 2 rack and ropes)
  3. Moos van Caspel
  4. Daoust (rope + rack)
  • Students
  1. Jens Vent-Schmidt (rope, draws, rack)
  2. Omid Javadi (rope, draws, rack)
  3. Isabel Verse
  4. Babak Mazhari
  • Waitlist

Sign up for Sunday

Sign up if you would like to stay in Squamish and climb on Sunday so that people other people can know who is staying and plan for the sweet party at the camp ground.

  1. Omid Javadi
  2. Jens Vent-Schmidt
  3. Moos
  4. Jon Leighton
  5. Clemens Langemeyer
  6. Lea
  7. Ru Lai
  8. Babak Mazhari
  9. Jannu Casanova
  10. Fisal Elstone