Learn knots, belaying and efficient climbing technique in this intermediate rock climbing course.
Max client to guide ratio 5:1
- $153 – 5+ people
- $160 – 4 people
- $178 – 3 people
- $198 – 2 people
Moderate – Difficult
INTERMEDIATE ROCK CLIMBING
Intermediate rock climbing in Colorado with Apex is a great way to advance in climbing skills and technical knowledge. Apex Mountain School’s professionally trained guides introduce you to new techniques, and help take your climbing ability to the next level.
Designed for those with prior rock climbing experience, our intermediate rock climbing course builds upon existing skills, and is tailored to improve skills that you want to focus on.
- Top rope anchor systems
- Face and crack climbing techniques
- Efficient body positioning
- Uses for passive and active gear
Apex welcomes all ages and fitness levels; it is recommended that you have prior climbing experience (personal or guided) before enrolling in the intermediate rock climbing course. If you have always wanted to try rock climbing, or want to brush up on your skills before advancing to intermediate terrain and technical skills, check out our beginner rock climbing course offerings.
BOOKING / MORE INFO
WHAT TO BRING
- Waterproof shell
- Tennis shoes or trail shoes (no open-toed shoes) for approach
- 32oz. of water per person
- No short shorts
- Synthetic clothing
- Ice cold fluids
- Lip balm
APEX MOUNTAIN SCHOOL PROVIDES
- Climbing Shoes
- Harnesses (42”/44” max)
- Ropes, Belay Devices, Anchors
- Professional guide and instruction
My fiancé and I have been climbing in gyms for about 6 months now. On our last trip to CO we decided to try climbing outdoors for the first time. Scott the director of APEX was our guide. He took our climb request not only last minute, but spent four hours of his birthday teaching us how to climb! DEDICATION to what he LOVES doing! I wish all their reviews showed up, these guys deserve all the good things said about them. We plan to do the flat irons next year outside of Boulder! Thanks again Scott!