Friday, September 12, 2008

Fall Courses

Everyone wants to climb and get in the mountains. That is great. Here is an overview of my courses for fall:

In the climbing gym I will be holding climbing for kids, teenagers, and adults on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Arrangements can be made at any time for school groups, introduction to climbing and of naturally personal training too. Individual or small group custom courses can be set up at your convenience. Contact me directly or the Kletterhalle Salzburg / denkundstein.

For the Salzburg Alpenverein I have a multi-pitch course October 17th -19th and a climbing course for beginners on October 1st – November 2nd. I also hope that the ice season starts up early and I can offer some tours from the middle of November. I will post things as they are scheduled. Brand new in the AV-Salzburg alpine.ausbildung this year is what we are calling “Ausbildungs-touren”. These are programs that are follow ups to the established course offerings. Program ideas can come from the instructors or from participants in the courses. Group size can be as little as two people up to 6 or 7. I plan on organizing a number of things that will be of interest for those who want more ice climbing, ski mountaineering, training groups for climbing, etc. Get in touch with me at the Salzburg Alpenverein

The American International School Salzburg has started and that means that I will be running the fall trimester climbing course on Wednesday mornings again.

New this year is a bouldering seminar course for the Salzburg Pedagogic Institute. The afternoon course is with my denkundstein co-trainer Martin on Monday afternoon November 17th. This course is designed for Salzburg area public school teachers who have a boulder wall in their school and want to learn how to utilize it better. We will focus on incorporating bouldering into fitness training and show them all types of games.

In between all the courses I will be training and climbing as always. I hope to see you out there.

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