Self Rescue Course in Malaga 2017-10-18T15:17:32+00:00

Self Rescue Course in Malaga

Why do that “Self Rescue Course in Malaga”?

The Self Rescue Course in Malaga, despite all the technological and psychological advances in the recent years, remains an area of essential knowledge in tackling any adventure. The advancing in rescues, medical emergencies, and speed to access to remote areas, have favored the reduction of self sufficiency in mountain. But we must be prepare for any eventuality, and this training will also help us to anticipate the difficulties that may arise. Whether we treat to help a person with troubles, or we need to rappel several pitches with a wounded comrade, or performing any other ropeworks, an adequate technical preparation is essential, and do not left it to chance in the time of the accident. In this “self rescue course in Malaga” we will work with many ropeworks to perform it safely in a moment where time is critical to help successfully our wounded friend.

Who is the receiver?

That “self­ rescue course in Malaga” is focus at people who want to learn how to prevent or resolve the difficulties of a technical rescue, thinking that there is no possibility of external assistance. The ultimate target is to be able to evacuate the injured friend or ourselves if we require it, respect and understand the natural environment associated with climbing, and enjoy it.

Self Rescue Course
  •  Knots
  •  How to take off the belay device.
  •  Rappelling and getting up the rope
  •  How to jump knots
  •  Rapel assisted and counterbalanced
  •  Rescuing leader
  •  Rescuing partner
  •  Pulleys systems
  •  Evacuation

Where and when you can do it?.

Depending on the season of year and looking for the best weather conditions, and taking into account your preferences it could vary between; El Chorro, Villanueva del Rosario, Sierra Camarolos and other crags that are on the outskirts of Malaga.

Duration 2-­4 days.

“Mountains are not fair or unfair, they are just dangerous.”  

Reinhold Messner

Self Rescue Course in Malaga

Fees and General Conditions

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