Red Rocks Climbing Part II

  • 11/14/2020
  • 7:30 AM
  • 11/15/2020
  • 5:30 PM
  • Red Rock Canyon near Las Vegas, NV
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Join MAA members in Red Rocks for two days of multi-pitch climbing and adventure! These dates will focus on sampling the best of adventurous pitched climbing in these amazing canyons near Las Vegas. Recommended for those already fit and familiar with multi-pitch trad climbing, ideally able to lead trad at the 5.8 level. We have room for 6. Hope to have you out with us!

SCREENED EVENT: Please join the waitlist. Attendees will be selected based on skill proficiency and experience. Those registered will be notified. Thank you! 

DETAILS:

What's happening: Multi-pitch climbing at Red Rocks, up to three teams of two. Potential routes to climb include Angel Food Wall - Tunnel Vision - 5.6/7, 6 pitches. Group Therapy - 5.7, 6 pitches. Purblind Pillar - 5.8, 6 pitchesRose Tower - Olive Oil- 5.7, 5 pitches. One-Armed Bandit - 5.7, 5 pitches. Rose Tower Original Route - 5.7 5 pitches.

Where to meet: Travel and lodging in Las Vegas is up to individuals. Meet each day at Albertsons, 11720 W Charleston Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89135 @ 7:30 am.

Event Leader: Stephen Moeller (916) 969-9347

Minimum / Maximum: 2-6

What to bring: Rock shoes, harness, helmet, belay device, three locking carabiners, PAS, prusik, climbing pack, approach shoes / mountain boots, sunglasses, personal items, layers, storm shell, food, at least 2 liters of water. Bring your trad rack and ropes if you have them.

Medical: If you have any medical conditions pertinent to your participation on this event, please inform the event leaders after registration.

ITINERARY:

  • DAY 1, Saturday Nov. 14th: Meet at Albertsons on Charleston Blvd at 7:30. Sort gear, make plans for the day, head out. Get out of the park before dark.
  • DAY 2, Sunday, Nov. 15th: Meet at Albertsons on Charleston Blvd at 7:30. Make plans for the day, head out. Get out of the park before dark.  

IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

  • This event is free of charge. MAA receives no direct financial gain for organizing and supporting this event. Donations are not solicited on this event, nor is any exchange of money a requirement for participation.

  • This event is open to all Apex, Base, and free Associate members - paid membership is not a requirement of attendance. 

  • MAA is a 100% volunteer-run, federal and state recognized 501(c)7 not-for-profit membership organization and does not seek or realize a profit from organizing this event; all membership benefits, liability insurance, website, database, administrative costs and all expenses are supported solely through membership, not event fees.

  • MAA event leaders are experienced members who are board-approved and volunteer to host the event as a representative of MAA, but are not operating as a guide or compensated as a guide - all participants on the event share responsibility for the safety, decisions, and actions of the group.

  • Accordingly, the physical demands, required skills or technical terrain of some events require that we screen participants; individuals should join the waitlist to be considered for RSVP. The experience, skills and fitness in the MAA membership profile will be used to determine the suitability of each individual to the demands of that particular event.

  • Participant safety is our top priority. Many circumstances such as mountain conditions, weather, or subjective hazards may necessitate changes to the published itinerary, including cancellation.

  • As a private, non-commercial group we operate within the posted group size limits and regulations for this area.

  • All MAA members are taught and practice Leave No Trace principles to be good stewards of wild places.

  • The event begins and ends at the trailhead. MAA does not insure ridesharing or other travel arrangements and bears no responsibility for them. Carpooling, ride sharing, or anything similar is strictly a private arrangement among individuals.

  • MAA event leaders carry communication devices and a medical kit; The primary event leader at a minimum has current wilderness first aid and CPR training as well as MAA policy training.




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