Do you want to take that next step in rock climbing? Are you interested in progressing your knowledge and skills with traditional multi-pitch climbing? Then this trip is for you!
Friday September 29th we will travel north to the Adirondacks. Saturday will be a skills and climbing day. You will be taught the skills necessary to climb 700+ feet with your fellow comrades. Sunday will be the early morning mountaineeringesk multi-pitch day. Sunday evening we will travel back to Bloomsburg.
Where: Adirondacks, NY
When: September 29th – October 1st
- Afternoon Departure
- $125 for all Bloomsburg University Students
- $250 for all others
How to sign-up: Ideally, you should register early, weeks in advance, if possible. In order for us to get prepared to get gear and equipment packed and ready, registration typically closes on the Wednesday before a activities occurring on a weekend, and a few days before activities occurring on a weekday, but if spots are still available there is a possibility that you may still be able to register. Our office is not open on weekends or evenings. Always call first to see if there is available space before coming to the office or sending in payment. Spots cannot be reserved by calling or emailing. Registration is not complete until payment is received.
Methods of payment: 1) cash in person 2) check payable to “Bloomsburg University” in person or via U.S. mail (with a note listing your name, email address and phone number and the date and activity your registering for)
If you need additional help or have any questions, call Susan at the Quest Office or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Course Information: (read everything below to make sure that you are prepared for this trip)
***This course is not designed for the beginner.
Most Quest courses are designed for beginners, so you will not be expected to demonstrate high levels of ability, but they provide a physical, psychological, and emotional challenge. Courses occur in areas that often involve steep terrain, rough and narrow trails, wet or muddy conditions, and inclement weather. Most Quest activities are movement-oriented activities involving some strenuous activity. Quest staff will provide you with a safety briefing to prepare you for the activities and any safety issues you might encounter or skills you need.
Quest will provide all necessary equipment including sleeping bags, tarps/tents/ground pads, cooking gear, rafts, boats, spray skirts, dry bags, paddles, harnesses, helmets, ropes, skis, ski boots, ice axes, crampons, wet-suits, booties, life jackets, hardware and first aid supplies. You may bring your own equipment and use it with the approval of Quest staff.
Forms We Need From You
* A completed Quest AOR/Medical Form prior to participation in Quest activities.
* Signed Parental Consent for participants who are minors (under 18 years of age).
Quest instructors are professional outdoor leaders, students, interns, and members of the community. They are trained in specific outdoor pursuits, leadership, and first aid. All are involved in on-going outdoor leadership training with Quest.
For safety reasons, participants are required to abstain from alcohol and non-prescription drugs while participating in Quest Activities. Please respect the rights and health of others with regard to smoking. Participants will be held responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged equipment belonging to Quest.
Risk Management is a primary concern during any Quest course. A safety briefing precedes each activity, where risks and protection against these risks are explained. Participants are expected to abide by all safety rules and procedures defined by Quest staff.
Quest Refund Policy is on our homepage.