Outdoor Research Presents: Building Endurance for Better Climbing w/ Jessa Goebel
with Jessa Goebel, Outdoor Research athlete: Learn techniques for improving endurance and climbing more efficiently on long or demanding routes. For climbers who identify as female and are of intermediate ability level or higher.
Thursday all Day
The Warrior's Way: The Art of Falling w/ Adam Mitchell
with Adam Mitchell, Warrior's Way instructor: Practice safe techniques for taking and catching lead falls, along with the mental practices for committing to the fall. For those proficient at lead climbing and lead belaying.
AAC Sport Anchors: Safe Setting & Cleaning
with Azissa Singh, American Alpine Club instructor and AMGA Assistant Rock Guide: Get more pitches in your climbing day with these simple, efficient, and effective tools for building and cleaning sport anchors. For those learning how to lead or climb outside. Check out https://americanalpineclub.org/resources-blog/2016/3/15/5ipkouk0id07cgc3dqks4fljnsgnx6 for a sneak peak.
Outdoor Research Presents: Alpine Techniques w/ Shingo Ohkawa & Mark Evans
with Shingo Ohkawa and Mark Evans at the Granite Buttress: Learn alpine pro techniques, improvised anchors, multi-pitch efficiency, rope management, and bailing techniques from this masterful duo! For intermediate climbers who have experience lead climbing and lead belaying.
Two Day Clinic
Adidas Presents: Women's Finding Your Own Beta w/ Chelsea Rude
with Chelsea Rude, Adidas athlete: Sometimes dude beta just doesn't work for gals; this clinic will help you find your own beta that works for you. For climbers who identify as female, of intermediate climbing ability or higher.
La Sportiva Presents: Getting Over the Fear of Falling (in Spanish) w/ Maria Fernanda Rodriguez Galvan & Ana Junker
with Maria Fernanda Rodriguez Galvan and Ana Junker: En esta clínica tanto el escalador, como su compañero aprenderán tres puntos básicos que los salvaran de muchos accidentes: Verificación de nudos, remates en arnés y mosquetones de seguridad bloqueados; Técnicas del grigri o reverso, en yoyo y punta; Caídas controladas en yoyo y punta. For beginner-intermediate climbers wanting to work on their Spanish and their lead climbing/falling skills!
Alpine Start presents: Climbing Outside Your Comfort Zone w/ Matt Segal
with Matt Segal, Alpine Start and North Face: Get above your gear, face your fears, move with confidence and commitment; these are just some of the skills you will work on, depending on what your "comfort zone" is. For proficient climbers who know how to lead climb and lead belay.
Black Diamond & Adaptive Adventures present: Adaptive Techniques - for everyone w/ Craig & Cyn DeMartino
with Craig DeMartino, Black Diamond athlete and Adaptive Adventures owner: This clinic is for anyone, whether you are differently-abled and wanting to practice climbing outdoors, or someone who wants to learn how to best partner with a differently-abled climber.
with Kris Ugarriza, Red Wave Pictures: Learn proper jugging, knots, safety, and shooting while hanging techniques from one of the best! Day 1 will focus on instruction of the above techniques and Day 2 will provide ample time for guided practice shooting from various heights and angles of other clinic subjects. No prior experience or gear necessary, but you need to bring your own camera along with your climbing harness.
La Sportiva Presents: Training & Climbing for Teenagers w/ Cameron & Jonathan Horst
with Cameron and Jonathan Hörst, La Sportiva athletes: Learn how to properly push yourself during your teenage years to avoid injury and burnout while seeing performance results. Must be age 13-19 and of intermediate to advanced ability (5.11a and higher).
Access Fund & Trango Present: Volunteer Day w/ USFS
Spend your morning to early afternoon giving back to the climbing community through various projects on State Park and Forest Service land. Swag and beverages provided by sponsors; good karma provided by the universe.
Osprey & Leave No Trace Present: Gym to Crag - Safe & Ethical Practices w/ Marcus Garcia
with Marcus Garcia and LNT instructor: Learn appropriate techniques for transitioning to outdoor climbing, including site management, transition from lead climbing to setting up a top rope, cleaning bolted anchors, route reading and understanding route descriptions. Also learn appropriate conduct for climbing outdoors and Leave No Trace practices. For climbers new to outdoor climbing.
Black Diamond Presents: Smart Warmup Sequences for Injury Prevention w/ Esther Smith
BD: Smart Warmups and Sending Strategies with Esther Smith, Grassroots Physical Therapy, and BD athlete Colette McInerney: This clinic will explore how we spend our "sending money" - from warming up, route selection, staying energized, proper nutrition/hydration, resting when needed and finishing the day strong for possibly another day of making withdrawals from the try-hard bank. You'll also learn about movement therapy, mental focus/control, and strategies on how to spend your energy over the course of a day. For proficient leaders of intermediate level or higher."
Wind River Climbing Guides Presents: Local Youth Climbing FREE CLINIC
with Wind River Climbing Guides: For Lander local youth ages 7+. Free, thanks to the support of WyoClimbers and ICF clinic sales.
Thursday All-Day; email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details!
Training Beta Presents: Your First Project w/ Matt Pincus
with Matt Pincus, Training Beta coach: Ready to take the next step beyond basic skills and "just" having fun? Projecting routes is fun and fulfilling, but also can be frustrating. Learn physical and mental techniques to tackle your first project.
Outdoor Research Presents: Find a Partner!
LA Sportiva Presents: Performance Climbing Tips & Techniques for Ages Over 45 w/ Eric Horst
with Eric Hörst, Training for Climbing coach and author. For intermediate to advanced climbers (redpointing 5.10 and higher) aged 45 or older.
with Sam Lightner, Jr: There are definitely good and bad ways to replace worn bolts and anchors. Learn from one of the most prolific route (re)developers in the world how to safely, ethically, and appropriately replace old hardware. For climbers proficient at leading and belaying. Equipment will be provided.
Ananda Presents: Pilates for Balanced Strength & Better Climbing w/Meghan Lucas
with Meghan Lucas, Ananda Yoga: If you've ever been *just* out of reach of the next hold, or struggled to keep your hips into the wall, or maybe get a heel hook you can't quite rock up and over, Pilates is the cross-training workout for you. Pilates builds stabilizing core strength from the inside out by targeting deep postural muscles, and will improve your end range of motion strength. The subtleties of each exercise will harness your focus and improve your coordination. It's this ability to engage, stabilize, and move with specificity that will aid your climbing success and help prevent common climbing injuries. Suitable for all levels, though experience with Pilates is helpful. At Wild Iris, we will do a full mat Pilates sequence, then move to the rock to practice specific techniques focusing on what was learned on the mat. 15, 30, and full mat sequences will be provided for a consistent Pilates and climbing practice at home