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The view from the top of the wall is freeing no matter your story. If you're looking to get up on the wall, we'll get you set to try it.Reach new heights! Adaptive harnesses and gear are provided so those of all abilities can participate in this social and sport club. All abilities welcome and our staff provides all the training needed to get you on the wall! If you are interested in volunteering to assist in making climbing accessible for all abilities, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.To register for the Adaptive Climbing Club, please call us at 402-472-4777
Join fellow adventuring families as they take to the rock. We will provide the belay to get you climbing so you can focus on having a great experience with your kids.
The League of Extraordinary Boulders (LXB) is a four-week team competition where groups of three climbers try out brand-new bouldering routes once a week, earning points based on the difficulty of the route and other factors. This is a great opportunity to learn from more experienced climbers, find new climbing partners and improve your bouldering skills on fun and creative routes. All climbing skill levels are welcome. Free for UNL students and Campus Recreation members.
Come join climbers from around the United States that gather for this festival of indoor climbing. The Flatland Climbing competition is open to all climbers with four different levels to compete in: Beginner (5.6-5.8), Recreational (5.8-5.9), Intermediate (5.9-5.10d) or Advanced (5.11+). This is a great opportunity to show others your climbing skill, while learning technique from experienced climbers from all areas. Even if you are not competing, don�t miss out on all the Flatland activities! Everyone is encouraged to come be a part of this awesome event! Questions may be directed to Outdoor Adventures 402-472-4777
Gym to Crag: Gain a core skillset and use those skills in a variety of settings to form foundational understanding of skills involved in climbing in the outdoors. While completion of this class won�t get you set to climb El Cap, it will give you a better grasp on what makes for a proper climbing anchor.Self Rescue Clinic Outcomes:- Increase awareness of differing characteristics of climbing indoors and outdoors. Consider the way we take to crags outdoors and our impact on others.- Discover simple solutions to complex puzzles all easily constructed with gear you will likely have on your gear rack.- How to escape a belay while your lead climber is weighting the rope and needing rescue- How to transition to an assisted raise if your climber below you requires aidRefine critical thinking skills to apply solutions to novel situationsTime Commitment:2 sessions, each meeting 2.5 hoursAppropriate Ages:16 and upPrerequisites:Current Lead Climbing Skills Check at our facility
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