Date(s) - 08/11/2014
Calshot Activity Centre
World renowned climbers Kenton Cool and Neil Gresham, along with Sherpa sponsored athletes, Mountain Training, and Sherpa gear will be there to deliver the lecture. The classes will be delivered by Neil Gresham and Ed Hamer. The masterclass is world renowned, so seize this golden opportunity to improve your climbing with these giants of the climbing world!.
When? Saturday 8th November (19:00 – 22:30) Masterclasses (14:00-16:00hrs)
Where? Calshot Activity Centre
Masterclasses: £20 (which includes entry to Calshot) see prerequisites below
Lecture: £6 SCC members £8 Non members (Booking form at bottom of page).
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Proceeds go towards supporting our club and the Paldorje Education Fund ‘The Children of Everest’.
A chance to improve your climbing and get some inspiration from 2 of the world’s best climbers? yes please!!!
Spaces for the masterclass are very limited (6 spaces), and likely to be very popular therefore we ask that those who wish to participate get in touch with us.
1) Participants should be able to climb at least grade 5 on an indoor wall to get the most out of the session, Ideally there will be a split between 5-6a+ and people who climb 6b and above.
In addition we expect that attendees will be active members who can and will contribute to the success of the club in the following ways:
2) Folk should have attended at least 2 SCC meets
3) Confirm that you are willing to participate on future meets, and share what you have learned to others (this might include helping out at beginner’s meets, perhaps helping a beginner on an ordinary meet, and sharing your new masterclass skills at an indoor wall).
If the masterclass is heavily oversubscribed with folk that meet all the above criteria for participation we will draw names out of a hat.
To book on to this event you must first login at the top of this page. If you are logged in and still seeing this message then bookings for this event are now closed or you have not renewed your subscription for this year.
There are 20 of 40 spaces remaining