Staying Alive While Climbing with Tommy Caldwell, Emily Harrington, and Beth Rodden

When done properly, climbing is an extremely safe sport. Unfortunately, there are still lots of preventable accidents and even deaths every year in the US alone. Tune in to hear some key safety tips from some of the best climbers on the planet.

Online Videos
Multiple Resources
Live Webinar and Q&A
One-on-One Mentorship

About the Course

Climbers are dying in Yosemite National Park at a rate of two per year on average -- from preventable mistakes. The numbers nationally are hundreds more. Learn some “pro tips” from professional climbers Emily Harrington, Beth Rodden, and Tommy Caldwell and improve your chances of staying alive while climbing. Brought to you by the Yosemite Conservancy in partnership with Yosemite National Park and Louder Than 11/Crux Academy. For more information please visit: www.yosemite.org/climbing

What you're going to learn:

  • How to avoid the most common mistakes related to injuries and deaths
  • Pro tips and unique perspectives from Emily, Tommy, and Beth (all with a decades of experience)
  • Stopper knots, achor mistakes, weather, trip planning, mentoring, etc.
  • And much more (see course contents above for full syllabus👆🏼)

Course Sample

Weather and Trip Planning

Pro tips from Emily Harrington

Third Hand Friction Hitch

Pro tips from Beth Rodden

Stopper Knots

Pro tips from Beth Rodden

Redundant Anchor Rap

Pro tips from Tommy Caldwell

Rapping with a Haul Bag

Pro tips from Emily Harrington

Mentoring and Experience

Pro tips from Beth Rodden

Ledges and Low Angle Terrain

Pro tips from Tommy Caldwell

Communication Errors

Pro tips from Tommy Caldwell

Anchor Mistakes

Pro tips from Emily Harrington

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