Program for Climb Smart 2013 under development, with Reel Rock Tour confirmed! Oct. 18-20, 2013

July 16, 2013 · Posted in Call To Action, Climber Alert, Events, General, News 

Join us to kick off the 2013-14 JTree climbing season at Climb Smart.  Now in it’s 15th year, this is THE event of the Fall for Joshua Tree climbers from around the world.  Reel Rock 8 Film Tour will come for the first time, planned for the first night of Climb Smart (Friday, October 18th) – tickets now available!  Climbing Clinics are in development now, so if there is a topic you think should be covered please let us know!  Of course the event will include all of the education, entertainment, camaraderie, swag and athlete inspiration to properly and safely push your climbing to the next level.   Lynn old schoolin

Prior year rock stars anchoring Climb Smart – Brittany Griffith, Ron Kauk, Lynn Hill, John Long, Mark Wilford, Randy Leavitt, Timmy O’Neill, Majka Burhardt, Kate Rutherford, Sonnie Trotter, Linh Nguyen, Bob Gaines, and a host of others including AMGA, PCIA and PCGA certified guides anchoring the clinician lineup.

On the sponsor side, recent sponsors have been The North Face, Evolve Sports, Sierra Designs, Petzl, Scarpa, Black Diamond, Adventure 16, Five Ten, prAna, Sterling Ropes, Nomad Ventures, Gear Co-Op, Patagonia, Joshua Tree National Park, Revo sunglasses, Wilderness Outings and a number of local Joshua Tree businesses.

 

 

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4 Responses to “Program for Climb Smart 2013 under development, with Reel Rock Tour confirmed! Oct. 18-20, 2013”

  1. Adra on July 21st, 2013 12:16 am

    I’m excited for Climb Smart 2013! A self-rescue clinic would be really awesome.

  2. Kenji on July 21st, 2013 8:56 am

    Great to hear Adra, we are excited too! Self-Rescue is a perennial favorite clinic topic, so you can count on
    that as a choice for 2013 Climb Smart; good on you for pursuing regular formal and semi-formal training to keep skills sharp. Registration will open soon so keep an eye out and make sure you are signed up for our e-news.

  3. Bryce on July 29th, 2013 5:22 pm

    What about “Fall Safe” for safe lead fall drills. I would like to stress how important it is for this class to have falling drills to develop muscle memory and habits.

    A feet-n-hands-on slab climbing course would be good as well.

    I got a few votes for anchor classes.

    “The Rock Warrior’s Way” was a super popular class that filled up at Red Rocks. I think they booked the author. I think it was about climbing mindset.

    Ladies only clinics are pretty popular.

  4. Kenji on August 7th, 2013 6:49 pm

    great stuff Bryce. Thanks for the suggestions!

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