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Learning Objectives

At the end of this course, you will be able to be part of a roped team traveling on a glacier. You will be able to use the knowledge learned here to apply to other course components such as Introduction to Rock Climbing and Squamish Rock Climbing. You will understand basic rope rescue systems.

Course Details

Required Course Materials

Handouts (provided); personal items as per COLT Clothing and Equipment List

Course Duration

7 days (60 hours)

Homework Hours

2 hours

Delivery Method(s)

In-class instruction, in-field instruction

Teaching Methods

Hands-on training

Method(s) of Student Evaluation

Ongoing assessment by instructors; peer feedback

Completion Requirements

Participation

Strathcona Park Lodge has fueled my passion for the outdoors right from the start, and the COLT program lead me to a career of adventure and travel.
Tobin Leopkey, Owner and Program Director of Section 8 - All Mountain Ski and Board Training