/ Learn how to route set at indoor walls

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ClimbUK - on 17 Oct 2016 - www.climbukltd.com
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Ever wondered how fantastic indoor routes and boulder problems come into existence? Are you looking to equip yourself with a new set of skills that could lead to future work? Or maybe you’ve already done some route setting and are looking to reconcile your existing experience with a professional qualification?

This one day course will teach you the fundamentals of un-roped route setting on commercial climbing walls and will provide you with a nationally recognised Route Setting Association (RSA) Level 1 qualification.

The course will be hosted by renowned route setter and Beacon manager; Alex Mason, with the course syllabus including route setting good practice, understanding the creative process, climbing hold attachment, use of ladders, WAH (work at height) regulations, tailoring to your audience and more.

If you want to take part, you should be a keen climber/boulderer and have the ability to climb a minimum of Font 6b indoors. All setting equipment is provided, but please bring your own if you wish. Also please bring your climbing equipment since you will be bouldering throughout the course duration.

Course details.
Venue: Beacon Climbing Centre, North Wales
Date: Thursday 1st December 2016
Time: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Price: £75 / person

Places are limited so we recommend booking as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

Find out more https://www.beaconclimbing.com/learn-climbing-wall-route-setting/

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