If yes, what would you say is your current skill level (based on the "Members How to Guide" found under the 'Pages' tab)?
Beginner, since I haven't climbed in a while.
Have you been to Rocksport before? Rock Gym? Climb Nulu?
Do you know how to belay toprope using a GriGri?
Do you acknowledge that you are responsible for your own safety, and that before climbing or belaying, you will seek and receive safety instruction from an AMGA certified climbing guide, or from trained staff at an indoor climbing gym?
Louisville Rock Climbing (LRC) is a group of like minded climbers, new and experienced. LRS brings together climbing enthusiasts of all levels for sharing skills and safe practice, building friendships, and promoting respect for the resources enjoyed by the LRC climbing community.
LRC will build membership by connecting positive, diverse individuals who have the common interest of climbing for safely growing the sport through camaraderie and enjoyment of indoor and outdoor climbing experiences.
Please be sure to read the "Pages" section for more information about the group.
Every climber is responsible for his or her own safety. There are no warranties, either expressed or implied, that any information/video/post on this web site contains accurate or reliable information. That safety is directly related to and dependent upon, but not limited to, keen judgement, obtaining expert instruction, and hands-on experience. Your use of this web-site and the information it contains indicates your assumption of the risk that it may contain errors and is an acknowledgement of your own sole responsibility for you climbing safety. Your use of this web-site also indicates an assumption of risk on your part of serious injury or death that may occur as a result of you decision to climb.
Those risks include, but are not limited to, loose holds, rock fall, failure of any form of protection, falling, equipment failure, exposure, weather, animals, dangerous plant life, or being stranded. It is recommended that a UIAA approved helmet be worn while climbing and belaying.
Meetup organizers are not rock climbing guides and are not certified by the AMGA. Meetup organizers do not give instruction on climbing safety or techniques. For instruction in rock climbing safety and techniques, please consult with a certified AMGA instructor. Remember, every climber is responsible for his or her own safety.