Intro to Ice Climbing

Estes Park, Colorado

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Duration: 1 Days
Starts in: Estes Park, Colorado
Ends in: Estes Park, Colorado
Group Size: 1-5
Difficulty: 2/5

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Colorado Mountain School

Colorado Mountain School is the largest guide service in Colorado and has more AMGA certified guides than any other guide service in the state. We have developed the most c...

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The Introduction to Ice Climbing course covers everything, from how to stay warm to how to best use tools and crampons to climb efficiently and naturally.

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