hey everyone, Join me and a few NY Thrill Seekers Sunday may 13, up the mountains, and learn from the pros, Learn what to do and what NOT to do. Cause you know learning to Rock climb by trial and error is not the best option. lol unless you are a cat and have 9 lives! Or Reading a book or going to youtube.com (p.s. I love you tube) then setting out on your own is not the best idea to rock climb (maybe to buy a car, lol). Ok, with that in mind there is only one more thing to say! Are you game?
What to wear
We recommend comfortable clothing that allows you to move freely. Functionality and flexibility is paramount to your comfort throughout the day. Layering is always a good idea. Wear shorts or long pants, depending on the time of year, and bring along a wind breaker and a hat for cooler days. Heavy hiking boots are not necessary, but wear comfortable shoes that will allow you to scramble over rocky terrain. Sneakers or trail shoes are best, and avoid open shoes and sandals. Keep in mind that sunny winter days can become surprisingly warm, and hot summer days can become cool, so be prepared for any type of weather.
What to bring
Bring a lunch, and lots of water or sports drinks, at least 2 quarts, per person, per day. Sunscreen, insect repellent, and a hat is also a good idea. Bring along a small to medium sized backpack to carry it all in. Make sure to bring water.
What to expect
We meet at 7:00 am at the usual place, down town NYC right across from the staten island Ferry. we must be at 9:00 AM inside Mountain Skills Climbing , located at 44 Main Street, New Paltz, NY 12561. We will get geared up at the shop and then head out to the cliffs. Climbing usually involves a short approach hike to the climbing area. We will climb until about 4 or 5 PM.
- 1 person $250
- 2 people $175
- 3 people $155
- 6 people $120
- And 10 people $105
Originally posted 2012-05-07 16:36:33.