By Dale Remsberg While many regions in the United States have seen little precipitation, Colorado experienced one of its wettest falls and is now having one of its best winters in the last decade. We’re enjoying excellent midwinter ice and now finally some deep powder skiing! We’re also experiencing significant changes with the technical branch […]
Seneca Rocks Climbing School is looking for an in-house instructor for the 2014 season running April 1-November 1. SRCS is the oldest climbing school and guide service in the mid-Atlantic, providing instruction and guiding at one of the most spectacular cliffs on the East coast. This position will involve teaching and guiding students […]
By Lisa Van Sciver I began this year’s guiding season with AMGA’s Rock Instructor Course. This course offered me 10 days of learning and working with others to enhance my guiding skills.The instructors offered a wealth of knowledge and constantly looked for opportunities to give us new skills. During my five years of guiding this […]
What’s it like to take an American Mountain Guides Association Rock Guide Course and Aspirant Exam? This might give you some perspective. The course and exam are typically held at Red Rock National Conservation Area, Nevada.