Fall Crawl Climbing Competition
A top-roping competition with different divisions for varying skill levels. All climbing skill levels welcomed to enjoy a friendly red-point format competition at NDSU on Saturday, November 19th.
Divisions for men and women and varying skill levels:
Beginner: 5.6-5.9 routes,
What: Fall Crawl Climbing Competition
When: Saturday, November 19th 11:00 a.m.
Where: NDSU Wellness Center
Who: Everyone! Members and non-members are welcome to attend. Divisions available for beginners, intermediate and advanced climbers.
Cost: $20 for members/NDSU students $25 for non-members
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, November 16th - https://wellnessportal.ndsu.edu/Course/Search.aspx
***Day-of registration is discouraged, however, day-of registration rate is $40 for each participant.
T-shirts will not be available for sale after October 18th
The climbing wall is 33 feet tall to the pinnacle and has a natural appearance resembling the geology of North Dakota. The walls are Nicros A.R.T. walls, which stands for Artificial Rock Technology, which incorporates both natural features and traditional rock climbing holds.
The free-standing wall is approximately 26 feet in length and can be used by climbers of all abilities from beginner to expert. The wall offers a variety of terrain from moderate to expert routes. The separate bouldering wall is 12 feet high and 25 feet long.
How do I get started?
Come to the Recreation Desk and talk to one of the climbing wall staff. The staff can help you get signed up for one of our qualification courses, provided at no charge to members. Previous experience is not necessary.
What should I wear?
Wear clothing that allows freedom of movement. For example, what you’re wearing should allow you to step up to the second rung of a ladder and/or do jumping jacks. Shoes should fit snug and lace up. Avoid shoes with open heels or toes. Socks are mandatory for rental shoes, which are provided free of charge.
Do I need a partner?
No. Anyone can boulder without a partner. Or, staff will help you pair up with other climbers who are looking to climb and belay.
What is bouldering?
Bouldering is rock climbing close enough to the ground that ropes are not needed. To help make landings safer, boulderers often use dense-foam ‘crash pads’ and spotters.
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