Return to Summerday
Summerday Valley is a popular climbing area of the Grampians providing a range of single pitch Beginner and Intermediate grade climbs which are protected using Trad gear. Access is also very easy. Unfortunately due to the current climbing bans we’ll be limited to one of these crags: Barc Cliff, Back Wall or a section of Wall of Fools.

During the Sunday of Melbourne Cup weekend we’ll get the opportunity to go on a climb in one of the best rock climbing areas in Gariwerd / the Grampians.

This trip is open to all members of the Alpenverein Melbourne and the Alpenverein Innsbruck. There will be a briefing in the morning since there are couple of restrictions we have to adhere to.

TRIP SPACES ARE LIMITED!

Event Timing: 3 Nov 2019
Event Location: Summerday Valley
Trip Leaders: Anna Bolmat and Philipp Hammes
Gear: Trad Climbing
Cost: $10 (this includes mandatory insurance fees and a $5 to our club)

(This trip is organised with the support of a local LTO)

*This trip is only open for members of the Alpenverein Melbourne or Section Innsbruck. You'll find information about membership benefits and how to join here:
https://www.alpenverein.at/innsbruck-melbourne/mitgliedwerden/join-avm.php

A copy of this form will be sent to you. You might have to check your spam folder.

Event Website:
https://www.alpenverein.at/innsbruck-melbourne/suchergebnis/officeveranstaltung_liste_detail_default.php?veranstaltungID=f3c9d3e5-40b3-4279-a3cb-c51d0f4cce4e
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Beginner • You can tie yourself in using a figure of eight knot and you have the beginner's gear on the Gear Requirements List.

Intermediate • You can tie yourself in using a figure of eight knot plus you can safely belay and second a lead climber, you can abseil and you have the intermediate's gear on the Gear Requirements List.

Advanced • You meet the Intermediate criteria plus you can lead climb using traditional gear, you can set up belays on multi pitch climbs and you have all of the gear on the Gear Requirements List.
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I confirm that I am over 18 years* old and a member of the Alpenverein Melbourne and therefore the Section Innsbruck. I acknowledge that the club will not accept liability for any injury to any member or any damage to the property of any member resulting from his or her participation in the club's activities. I state that I have no mental or physical problem or limitations that might compromise or affect my ability to participate in the club's activities that have not been disclosed to the club. I further represent that I am fully capable of participating in these activities without causing harm to others or myself.

I agree to follow the directions of the trip leaders as well as reading carefully and following the trip instructions which will be emailed to me at a later stage.

I'm aware that this trip costs $10

*underage participants can attend if a legal guardian attends the trip as well and accepts to supervise the minor. Please get in touch with the trip leader prior to the trip.
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If you have any other questions regarding the drip or mountaineering in general, email the trip leader anna.bolmat@alpenverein.melbourne
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