Ice Climbing Instruction near DC/MD/VA/WV/PA
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Join GO-Adventures and Alpine Inspirations for an Ice Climbing Adventure in the Catskills of New York!
This one-day introductory course covers all the basics, from how to stay warm to how to best use your tools and crampons to climb efficiently and naturally. We’ve scouted out some fun routes for both the novice and experienced ice climber, and with a low guide to participant ratio, you’ll get plenty of chances to hone your skills with tools and crampons. The AICS guides are masters at getting your skills up to par – fast. You’ll climb a lot, for in this sport more than most, practice makes perfect AND practice keeps you warm!
Level 1 Ice Climbing Clinic – 9AM – 4PM (1 day) – $175
All technical gear provided by Alpine Inspirations: including ice axes, crampons, boots, and more…
For more information email us now! – email@example.com
If you can’t make it up for one of the currently scheduled dates but still want to climb, just let us know. We’ll be happy to put together a privately guided trip for you as long as the ice is in! We LOVE ice climbing, and we enjoy sharing our favorite sport with new friends.
Whether you have never climbed ice before, climbed a few times, or are simply looking to take your ice climbing skills to the next level – we can put together an awesome trip for you!
- Top Rope climbing at a variety of locations
- Gully climbing ( NH is blessed with long alpine gullies)
- Mt Washington ascents(-74 wind chill 3 days ago)
- Learn to lead lessons
North Conway offers easy access via Boston’s Logan Airport or Manchester, with shuttles to North Conway. Inexpensive lodging available at hostels or hotels, and great food abound! North Conway also offers a great consignment gear shop (IME).
GO-Adventures and Alpine Inspirations can provide all technical gear required, including boots, crampons, axes, helmets, harnesses, etc…..
Hope to see you on the ice!
At 13,804 feet, Gannett Peak towers over the Grand Teton by a whopping 84 feet. Gannett Peak is the most remote of the high-points in the lower 48, and second, only to to Denali in the 50 state high-points. It has five rugged glaciers on its flank, the largest glaciers in the American Rocky Mountains. It is remote and considered an exciting alpine mountaineering challenge due to its inaccessibility and moderate difficulty. Ropes, ice axes, and crampons are usually required for this trip.
We are still finalizing details, but it looks like either Late June or Early August for the 6 day trip.
Send us an email for additional details as they develop.