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Earlham College
Outdoor Education Office:
Dennis 212

Intermediate Climbing

The Intermediate Climbing course is offered on Thursday evenings from 7:00 PM-9:00 PM, and one off-campus weekend day trip. It is intended to help climbers gain strength, enhance climbing technique, and to promote enthusiasm for the sport of rock climbing.

Course Description:

Intermediate Climbing – AWPE 202-0

Gain strength and endurance, enhance your climbing technique, and try climbing at a commercial gym! The class portion of this course takes place in the first 7 weeks of the semester. This course will involve 6 scheduled classes at Earlham’s Wall, a weekend day trip to a regional climbing gym, a reflection/evaluation session, and completion of a self-designed project by the end of the semester.

Fee: $150.00 (includes EC semester climbing pass, 1 day-trip and textbook)

Pre-requisite: Indoor Gym Climbing or permission of instructor(s)

IMPORTANT: First class meeting: Second Thursday of the semester at 7 pm in the Wellness Center, date of regional indoor gym trip tbd. Only students registered on Self-Service AND present at the first class will be enrolled. There will be no refunds after the first class.  Over-enrolled courses are registered by lottery.

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