|Starting Location:||Noamunga Street Boat Harbour, sometimes our location may vary however you will be informed of this before your tour|
|Finishing Location:||Noamunga Street Boat Harbour|
|Duration of Tour:||12.5 hours over 1 and a half days|
|Distance walked:||up to 1 KLM depending on if we change location to suit your ability|
|Grade:||Easy terrain scrambling over rocks required|
|Quality of walk-way:||Formed tracks|
|Cost:||$300 per person|
|Minimum Numbers:||2 persons are required on any given day to climb. If minimum numbers are not reached you will have the option to be refunded, transfer or pay for a private guided session ($600).|
|Maximum Numbers:||5 participants|
|Prerequisite||Must have completed RC1 and RC2 or have previous outdoor climbing experience as a second climber|
RC3 Instructional outdoor climbing course
This two-day intermediate-level course is for those who have gained knowledge of the basics in RC1 and RC2. This course is designed to give you the experience to climb outdoors under top rope anchors.
What you will learn
Instructional course covers:
How to move safely around rock climbing crags
Outdoor belay technique with different devices
How to use climbing equipment correctly
How to climb safely on rock
Foot placement techniques
Tying climbing knots – intermediate
Use of friction knots – intermediate
Intermediate anchor building techniques
Building top rope and abseil anchors
Backing up your abseiling and rescue techniques
Course folder included
This 1.5-day course is for participants with minimal outdoor climbing experience, or transition course from regular indoor climber to outdoor climbing. This course will teach you how to tie many different knots, belay techniques, different climbing techniques and introduction to anchor skills.
You must have completed RC1 or climbed indoors regularly to undertake this course.
Tour Inclusions: All certified climbing equipment and climbing hardware national park fees, Course folder included, public liability insurance and qualified climbing guide.
What to bring: Sturdy walking shoes (or rock climbing shoes if you own them), a small bag to carry any of your loose belongings, layered clothing to suit the season and raincoat if the weather looks ominous. This tour is not suitable for children under 9
Private tours: Contact us for bookings and prices.