Enjoy one of the Rockies Multi Pitch Classics! Whatever your experience and ability level, there is an amazing route for you to enjoy. Hone your trad climbing skills while meeting other climbers and discovering the full potential of world class crags in the Rocky Mountains!
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For bookings within 48 hours please call 604 938 9242.
Hone your trad climbing skills while meeting other climbers and discovering the full potential of world class crags in the Rocky Mountains!
The Canadian Rocky Mountains have vast limestone faces that sweep up from the valley floor, providing a wide variety of bolted and traditional routes. Route grades range from 5.4 to 5.11+ and lengths vary from 3 pitch routes, with some that have over 15 pitches! Many have rich histories. Whatever your experience and ability level there is an amazing route for you to enjoy. Several of the mega classics have even been put up by MSAA Guides! See Rock Climbing Routes section for route ideas.
On this tour you will be coached by a certified guide as you navigate climbing routes in the Rocky Mountains. If there is time left over at the end of the day, then there may be the opportunity to climb at one of the local crags. Let us know if you have any preferred routes or ask us to recommend a route that would meet all your wishes
As with all that is MSAA, our expertise is what sets us apart. Mountain Skills Academy is at the cutting edge of mountain schools and a genuine guide service. All climbing guides are highly qualified and certified ACMG guides (The Association of Canadian Mountain Guides
Do you want to cut costs and meet other climbers?
Take advantage of our Buddy-Up system. We have many guests looking to share an adventure and split the price. Due to the technical nature of multi-pitch climbing the max ratio of guests to guide is 2:1
Duration: 1 day
Meet at the pre arranged location at 08:30am.
Sign waivers, gear up, drive to crag, climb, and wrap up around 17:00pm.
Weather conditions along the Rocky Mountain Range are constantly changing. Plan ahead, look into weather trends, and prepare for all weather conditions.
Rock Climbing Equipment – Optional
Please note that the optional climbing equipment will be brought by your guide.
It is beneficial to practice using your own equipment under the supervision of a professional.
Participants on this tour will meet their guide at an agreed time and location, usually a local cafe, in Canmore on the morning of the first day. From there you will be expected to have private transport to get to the course location. If you don’t have private transport we can arrange transport with the guide at an extra cost.
We strongly recommend you purchase insurance for Trip Cancellation, Emergency Evacuation and Adventure Sports Coverage (some backcountry adventures are excluded from coverage).
Emergency Evacuation and Medical Insurance
This coverage provides you with emergency air rescue if required and full medical. Parks Canada provides free evacuation within the Parks and if you are a Canadian resident your medical will be covered by your provincial health plan (except ambulance/air ambulance transport). We strongly recommend international visitors purchase this insurance.
Emergency evacuation insurance is compulsory for all our hut trips, as these typically take place outside of Parks Canada’s jurisdiction.
Trip Cancellation Insurance
To prepare for unforeseen circumstances we strongly recommend purchasing Trip Cancellation Insurance at the time of booking your trip. Trip Cancellation insurance covers many scenarios to reimburse you for cancelled trips outside of your control.
Our recommended insurance provider is Tugo.Com who can be reached via the following:
All prices are quoted in Canadian dollars and are exclusive of a 5% tax (GST). Prices are subject to change. Guide gratuities are not included in fees.
Full payment is required at time of registration. Our preferred method of payment is by Mastercard or VISA through our online payment portal. We also accept credit card payment over the phone, bank transfer and cash.
Mountain Skills Academy takes mountain safety very seriously, however there is no way to completely mitigate risk in alpine environments. Prior to undertaking any of our courses or trips we require you to sign a waiver.
Mountain conditions are extremely unpredictable and can change at short notice. Our guides endeavor to undertake the routes and/or peaks that our clients desire, however our decisions will be impacted by conditions. Unfortunately we are not able to offer refunds if conditions are not suitable to undertake a particular route on the day you have booked. We will however make every effort to take you out for the best day possible given the conditions.
Applicable to all tours and courses*: If conditions force us to cancel a course or trip we will do all we can to accommodate you at another date. If this isn’t possible we will offer a full refund. We reserve the right to decline rescheduling dates based on availability. *Does not apply to First Aid and Wilderness First Aid courses.
Late Arrival Policy
Guests arriving more than 15 minutes late for an activity forfeit 100% of the tour price. Tours leave promptly; it is recommended to arrive 15 minutes early to sort out gear and sign waivers.
Adventures Cancellation Policy
Half Day and Full Day Programs
**On all multi day trips pre arranged add-ons are non-refundable (food, accommodation, etc).
1-2 Day Courses
3+ Day Courses
**If you are able to find someone else to take your place on a course, please let us know as we are more than happy to transfer bookings.
Minors (under the age of 18 for our courses based in Alberta and 19 for those based in BC) and custodial groups (youths affiliated with an institution where the parents/legal guardian are not present on the trip) may register for certain trips and courses with a letter of consent from parents or legal guardian as well as must sign a waiver and have their parents or legal guardian sign a waiver. Further, we abide by the Parks Canada Custodial Group winter backcountry policy as outlined here.
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