SUMMER CLIMBING CAMPS

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A combined program brought to you by Alpine Endeavors and The Inner Wall in New Paltz

Junior Climbing Camp - 6 to 9 years old

Junior Climbing Camp

July 18-20, 2016

August 15-17, 2016

6 - 9 years old*

$340 per participant

Camp consists of two 1/2 days & one full day

Day one and two will be indoors at the Inner Wall in New Paltz

Day three will be a full day outdoors on the rock!

Meet location is at The Inner Wall in New Paltz, 9am.

Limited to a maximum of 8 participants, 2 participants minimum required.

*a parent must be present at all times for the junior camp and will need to purchase their own day pass for access to the park

Limited edition camp t-shirts will be available to all participants who are registered by June 15, 2016. After June 15, 2016, t-shirts are only available as quantities last.

Introductory Climbing Camp - 10 to 17 years old

Introductory Climbing Camp

July 11-15, 2016

August 1-5, 2016

10 - 17 years old

$595 per participant

Five full days (9am - 4pm)

4:1 participant:guide ratio

All technical equipment, day passes, and limited camp t-shirt included!

Climbing is natural - this does not mean that it always comes naturally, good technique is critical to success. Our instructors break down climbing movements to it's critical components and we use enthusiasm and encouragement to help participants succeed.

The Introductory Camps focus on the basics of climbing movement and equipment - knots, harnesses and belay device nomenclature, usage, and techniques.

The ratio of participants to instructors are kept to a low ratio of 4:1 so that all participants receive plenty of individual attention and are able to progress at their own pace.

We'll start off the week going over the fundementals and climb indoors at the Inner Wall, in New Paltz. The rest of the week will include as much rock climbing as possible, but allowing one day for a hike and some swimming at the beach (only when a life guard is on duty) at Lake Minnewaska. The schedule of activites will fluctuate to take the most advantage of the weather. Rainy day activities can include; rappelling, hiking, navigation, or indoor climbing.

Limited to a maximum of 12 participants, 2 participants minimum required.

Limited edition camp t-shirts will be available to all participants who are registered by June 15, 2016. After June 15, 2016, t-shirts are only available as quantities last.

Intermediate Climbing Camp - 10 to 17 years old

Intermediate Climbing Camp

July 25-29, 2016

Aug 8-12, 2016

10 - 17 years old

$595 per participant

Five full days (9am - 4pm)

4:1 participant:guide ratio

All technical equipment, day passes, and limited camp t-shirt included!

Once basic skills such as tying in with the rope, movement and belaying are mastered, climbers are ready to look towards more advanced skills.

The Intermediate Climbing Camps are five days long and designed for participants who have participated in our Introduction Climbing Camp, or have five or more days of climbing experience under their belt and are interested in learning more.

Skills like rappelling, tying a variety of knots and hitches, advanced movement like jamming and overhangs are taught in this program. Intermediate camp focuses on pushing participants past their limits and master building block skills and techniques.

All five days are spent outside where new skills can be applied. The week will include as much rock climbing as possible, but will allow one day for a hike and some swimming at the beach (only when a life guard is on duty) at Lake Minnewaska. The actual schedule of activites will fluctuate to take the most advantage of the weather. Rainy day activities can include; rappelling, hiking, navigation, or indoor climbing.

Limited to a maximum of 12 participants, 2 participants minimum required.

Limited edition camp t-shirts will be available to all participants who are registered by June 15, 2016. After June 15, 2016, t-shirts are only available as quantities last.

Multi-Pitch Seminar - Ages 12 - adult

Multi-Pitch Seminar

July 21-22, 2015

Aug 18-19, 2015

Ages 12 - adult

$395 per participant

Two full days (9am - 4pm)

2:1 participant:guide ratio

All technical equipment and day passes provided.

Once you're comfortable wih the basic and intermediate skills, it's time to take things to a new level. Multi-pitch rock climbing.

The Multi-Pitch Seminars are two days long and designed for participants who have participated in our Intermediate Climbing Camp, or have ten or more days of climbing experience under their belt and are interested in learning more.

Skills like lead belaying, seconding a climb, multi-pitch rappelling, tying a variety of knots and hitches, belay station management, and advanced movement skills are taught in this program. Our Multi-pitch Seminar focuses on empowering participants and helping them gain comfort on the longer routes.

Both days will be spent outside where new skills can be applied on the Mohonk Preserve.

Limited to a maximum of 8 participants, 2 participants minimum required.

Limited edition camp t-shirts will be available to all participants who are registered by June 15, 2016. After June 15, 2016, t-shirts are only available as quantities last.

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Alpine Endeavors, LLC

P.O. Box 58 Rosendale, NY 12472 | info@alpineendeavors.com | 877-486-5769

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  • Mohonk Preserve, NY; Minnewaska State Park, NY; Mohonk Mountain House, NY; Stone Mountain Farm, NY; White Mountains National Forest, NH; Monongahela National Forest, WV; Eldorado Canyon State Park, CO; Coronado National Forest, AZ; Red Rocks National Recreation Area, NV; North Cascades National Park, WA; Mount Rainier National Park, WA; and other locations