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Belaying/tying inRappellingLead belayIce ax arrestSnow campingCrampon useRoped glacier travelCrevasse rescue/prusikingSnow anchors/snow belaysBelay escapeMunter belayLead climbing, bolts (mock lead)Lead climbing, bolts (actual)Multi-pitch systems (follower)Clean & rappelLead climbing, gear (mock lead)Lead climbing, gear, (actual)Multi-pitch systems (leader)First aid (WFA)LNT trainerNavigationRescue methods (advanced)Leader permission?Fitness Level 1Fitness Level 2Fitness level 3
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Rock ClimbingRp
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Car camping
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BackpackingppRR
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Rafting
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ScramblingRRRRppRRRp
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Multi-pitch cragRRRRRRppRRp
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Alpine Rock Climb
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Glacier ClimbRRRRRRRRRRRRppRRdepends on level
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Unicorn PeakRRRRpRRRRRR
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SEWSRRRRpRRRRppRRRp
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The ToothRRRRpRRRRppRRRp
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Ingalls PeakRRRRpRRRRppRRRp
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Silver StarRRRRpRRRRppRRRp
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Kangaroo Temple
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Sahale PeakRRRRpRRRRRRRppRRR
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Basic equivalency
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Disclaimer: This document is meant to be an overview and should not be taken as a guarantee that you will be judged as ready for a climb simply because you have checked all the boxes. Your readiness for a climb will be judged on a holistic basis and many factors will go into this assessment that are not included in this table.
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