Climbing: From Gym to Crag by S. Peter Lewis
- Paperback: 187 pages
- Publisher: Mountaineers Books; 60231st edition (September 11, 2000)
- ISBN-10: 0898866820
- Series: Mountaineers Outdoor Expert
- Language: English
The only training guide for making the move from indoor to outdoor climbing. The first book in our new Mountaineers Outdoor Expert Series, which will provide in-depth instruction on a variety of climbing topics. Surpasses other training guides with a new level of instruction, clarity, and safety. Complements any indoor or outdoor climbing course. Climbing: From Gym to Crag helps indoor climbers safely make the transition from a controlled climbing environment, which requires few technical skills and presents no objective dangers, to the outdoor environment, where the risks and rewards require a well-honed set of basic skills and awareness. Each of the four sections-Indoor Climbing, Sport Climbing, Traditional Climbing, and Retreat Techniques-contains instructional chapters on safety, belaying, technique, leading, and anchors. Transitional skills are taught in a logical progression so climbers can begin at the point in the text that their skills dictate. Key Transition Exercises walk climbers through steps on the ground so they can safely master techniques that are not found indoors or are done differently outdoors.
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