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Lead Trad Climbing (Bravura)

Rock Type

Lead Trad Climbing is a technique of rock climbing where the lead climber puts all of the essential protective gear needed to prevent any falls while they climb, and then retrieves everything when the pitch is finished, usually by a second climber.

This workshop is designed for people who have previous experience seconding trad climbing routes and have climbed rocks outdoors.

This curriculum is excellent for rock climbers who wish to become more self-sufficient.

Lead Trad Climbing Course Content

climber Lead Trad Climbing
Ascent Descent Adventures: Lead Climbing

Lead Trad Climbing Takeaway

  • Confident when leading rock climbing
  • Obtain trad climbing experience during the whole training

Specifics: Lead Trad Climbing

  • Duration: 2 Days
  • Experience: Outdoor rock climbing experience and seconding routes are necessary.
  • Age: Minimum age is 16 years, and there is no upper limit.
  • Max: 4 People per course.
  • Meeting Location: HOTEL KUNZAM, Manali HP.
  • Season: Year-round, check the calendar below for the date
Climber lead Climb
Ascent Descent Adventures: Lead Climbing

Cost Per Person

Course Fee: 10,000 INR  / 130$ USD

Including and Excluding

  • Non-Residential: There will be no lodging, meals, or transportation provided. Participants must bring their packed lunch. During the course, just soft drinks and snacks will be provided.
  • Equipment: All group climbing equipment ropes, harnesses, helmets, carabineers, etc. will be provided. Bring your rock climbing shoes and a 1-lit personal water bottle. Notebook Pen in a day pack to carry all your stuff.
  • Clothing: Appropriate clothing as per the weather.
Infographic list of rock climbing equipment
Infographic list of Rock Climbing Equipment – Ascent Descent Adventures

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