Make the most of the next public holiday with the Wilyabrup Climbing Trip: Fri 26th to Sun 28th Jan
CAWA will provide basic non-powered camping at Gracetown Caravan Park. You need to get yourself there and bring your food and climbing gear. To register for this trip, please email Anthony Brandis and he’ll send you a registration form. If you lack transportation or gear make it known to Anthony and we may be able to organise a lift and/or possibly pair you up with a partner.
Rockface Climbing Centre is running Commitment 2016 – a lead and top rope competition that opens on 24th August, the qualifier format runs over multiple weeks with finals over the weekend of 16th – 18th September. Competitors will be in the running to win a range of quality prizes from sponsors like Scarpa, Black Diamond, Climbing Anchors, So iLL, Mad Rock, Clif Bar and more.
Beautiful forest, easy(ish) access and great blocks with a variety of styles and grades. This is bouldering at Mt Randall and CAWA are organising a trip out there.
Mt Randall bouldering is about 45min – 1hrs drive from Perth CBD followed by about a 10 min walk in (map + topo will be provided). Boulder mats, eskies, water and safety equipment will be driven to the boulders using 4WDs but there is very limited parking at the boulders so most climbers will have to do the walk in.
Climbers are responsible for their own transport on the day. Having said that, if you have no transport and still want to participate, let me know and I will organise some car pooling for you.
What you will need
Water and food for the day, climbing shoes and chalk.
How to register
Please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) to register before mid-day Wednesday 18/05/16 please. Once registrations are received, we will provide further information.
Other important information
Notice – We want lots of people to come along but due to our insurance cover all participants must be current CAWA members. Non-members that are keen to come along can join CAWA online here.
Disclaimer – Due to legal and liability issues, CAWA does not provide training on trips. All climbers must be independent participants who are completely responsible for themselves. If you are an inexperienced climber, then have a chat to some of the more experienced climbers you know and see if they are planning to attend. Participants under the age of 18 must have a parent, guardian or other responsible person to accompany them.