|Sent on:||Sunday, October 28, 2012 9:55 AM|
I've been getting a lot of inquiries about the price. The cost is about $297.99 for 90 minutes. I probably won't add this to the venue until after next year after the holidays. The holiday time is when I'm always broke. It will give you time to think about this event.
Also, I'm planning a canyoneering trip in the summer. The price for one day is $199. This is a San Diego Trip.
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Building mountainous landscapes out of your mashed potatoes and rappelling your peas and carrots over the cliffs hasn't gone over too well at family dinner, which means in order to save yourself from food play on your next date you better skidaddle to an Intro to Canyoneering class with The Southern Terrain. They teach the art of traversing canyon-faces in one of the largest urban parks in the country, Mission Trains Regional Park, and all classes are taught by guides who are Wilderness First Responders, CPR and AFL certified, and AMGA SPI Instructors (that's a darn lot of training). The park is a historical landmine filled with remnants of early Spanish settlers and the Kumeneyayy Indians who occupied the area. Start with a quick hike, then learn skills including rappelling (no potatoes included, but all equipment provided), anchors, canyon techniques, knots, navigation, belaying, auto-blocking, and of course safety. Four hours later, you'll certainly be tired but ready to brave all sorts of canyons. And maybe at your next dinner with Grandma and Grandpa, you can show off everything you learned while playing with your food...or hey, get crazy and show them pictures on your phone.
One experience can be purchased per customer, multiple may be purchased as gifts. Expires 6 Months after date of purchase. Weather permitting. Need at least 4 people for class to run (can be matched with other groups). Must be 10 years old and under 300 pounds. First time clients. Reservations are required, subject to availability.
There is also another one in the San Gabriel Mountains. Any interests?