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Tuesday PRG

Tuesday PRG Session


Gym climbing sessions are great for keeping in climbing shape, work on your technique, and socializing with other climbers.

I am normally at PRG on Tuesday nights with a few regulars and both new and experienced climbers alike are welcome to join.  I'm keeping this pretty simple: show up at PRG between 6:30pm and 9pm and meet up with some fellow climbers, climb some routes, partake in some cheerful banters, share beta, and climb some more, then if there are enough interested, head out to Four Peaks (1/4 mile away) for some food and drinks (around 9-10pm).

If that sounds good to you, then RSVP and come and join us.


Basic FAQ:

- Are new climbers welcome?

Yes.  If you are feeling unsure or intimidated, put a comment in the post mentioning that you are new and would need some help so we'll know to look for you. Once at the gym, the PRG staff will get you a waiver and provide you basic belaying technique and climbing knowledge.  After that, grab a SCAB climbing partner and climb something.

- Do I need gear? How much does it cost.

The gym rents harnesses, shoes and carabiners.  SCAB members get a $10 day pass which can include gear if you need it and all memberships are at the Student Pricing.  The full price sheet is on the PRG website.

- How do I find the members?

Please look at the list of RSVP so that you have an idea of who's coming. Then when you get there, get a hold of the event organizer for help.  I leave a SCAB sign next to my gear on the ground in the middle of the rope area.  It's a good spot to find me and the other members.

- But I have more questions

e-mail the event organizer or put them in the event comments.  We'll do our best to answer all questions.

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  • Jack C.

    I would like to try some lead climbing, should I bring a rope?

    May 13, 2014

    • Alexandre

      Jack, yes to lead climb at PRG you need to bring your own rope. Also, you must be lead certified. If you are not already certified, you can ask to take the lead cert. If PRG has enough staff on hand, it is usually not a problem. They will ask you to lead belay and catch a fall. They will ask you to lead climb, properly clip (no Z, no back clip) and sometimes ask you to take a fall.

      May 13, 2014

  • Nick G.

    ill be there i climb at prg like everyday

    May 13, 2014

  • Chase E.

    As per usual, a great group of people lined up! Looks like we have 1 new climber! Come by and say hi and I'll introduce you to the rest of the group! Get pumped!!

    May 13, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    I'd like to do some leading Tuesday. I have in the past not been so reliable to get there before 7. I will however really really really try to be there on time. Because there are more important things in life than work.

    May 9, 2014

    • Alexandre

      Come climb. No worries if you are running late. I'll bring the scab rope to the lead cave.

      May 10, 2014

    • Tony

      Work, Boooo

      May 12, 2014

  • Rebecca

    Going Thursday as I have a night hike.

    May 12, 2014

  • Alexandre

    Interested in doing half lead and half top rope. Anyone wanting to practice leading, let me know.

    May 8, 2014

    • Kevin C.

      I'm game to do some leading.

      May 10, 2014

    • Alexandre

      Get a few lead routes in, Kevin.

      May 10, 2014

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