Rock Review cragging day! Crag has not been
chosen yet but
will be closer to the date. Ideally, it'll be
one with a range of
grades from ~5.8 to ...(well, let's be
realistic here...to where we can climb).
Preferrably with short approach. Like Grassy or
Sunshine. Please feel free to email
suggestions to areas that you would like to go
Wherever the majority would like to go is a
place I'm up for!
Main goal for the day is to enjoy the time
outside and have a great time as a group
regardless of location.
For the event, I'll be more than happy to set
up a few
topropes but if you're comfortable leading and
anchors, that would be ideal!
Everyone welcome. Please feel feree to bting
your own rope and anchors, I will have only 2
ropes. Maybe get hold of club ropes.
The plan is to meet either at Rafter Six Ranch
at 8:00 AM OR meeting at the crag day
use area for
9:00 AM. Climb as
much as possible then leave the crag
...whenever whoever needs to leave. Carpools
can be coordinated.
If you do plan on bringing personal
gear, please tell me in the notes section
Friendly reminder that helmets are mandatory
climbing and belaying. Please don't forget
to bring one!
If you have any questions, do not hesitate
to get in touch
with me via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or
If anyone would like to co-lead this event
with me, please
let me know! The more leaders we get for this,
the bigger the
group size we can have.
Required Items to Bring:
Helmet (strictly required - no helmet - no
locking carabiner, belay device, climbing shoes.
Recommended Items to Bring:
Sport climbing gear, your own rope (if you
don't mind other
people top roping on it; I will potentially be
bringing club ropes
if enough are free for the wekeend), water,
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Registration for this event closed on Friday, June 14, 2019 at 12:00 PM.