Health, Physical Education and Recreation | Intermediate Rock Climbing
R100 | 7288 | David Calvin


CLASS TIME: October 14 and 21 6:00 to 10:00 pm in the IMU Hoosier Room
(Attendance at both classes is required to attend travel dates)

TRAVEL DATES:	October 24-26

INSTRUCTOR:  Dave Calvin

LOCATION:  Daniel Boone National Forest, Kentucky

DESCRIPTION:
This course is designed to introduce you to the next level of rock
climbing skills.  Areas of focus include anchors, protection, and
improving climbing technique. R100 Intermediate Rock Climbing is a
highly experiential course where you must engage in site setting and
maintenance, genuine reflection, and new skill demonstration.  You
will be evaluated on these dimensions, as well as your expedition
behavior.  PREVIOUS ROCK CLIMBING EXPERIENCE REQUIRED.

BOOKS:
How to Rock Climb and Climbing Anchors by John Long.

ASSIGNMENTS: Readings, short presentations, and a written exam

EVALUATION: 30% skill demonstration, 30% written examination, 20%
three page paper,20% expedition behavior

ADDITIONAL FEE:	
The additional fee for the class is $200, which includes
transportation, food, and group gear. You will sign a bursar slip the
first day of class to pay this fee.