Rock Rescue Course in Lofoten

3 days Rock Rescue Training

Learn to be prepared in case something goes wrong.
Our Rock Rescue Course deals with problems that frequently confront recreational climbers and covers the skills necessary to keep minor problems from turning into serious accidents or injuries. You will learn an array of practical procedures, including how to lower a tired, frightened, or injured climber off a single or multi-pitch climb, what to do when a top-rope gets stuck, and ways to assist an injured partner up or down vertical terrain.

This is a course that is a responsible and smart choice for your self and your climbing partners.

We thoroughly cover basic rescue techniques that every climber should know. We review anchors, equalising protection, and rappelling and practice belay escapes, passing knots, and ascending ropes. We apply hauling and lowering systems as well as rappelling with an injured victim. The course also covers the issues involved in combining emergency medical services with the rescue procedures.

When you complete this course you should be well equipped with the management skills and the technical procedures needed for dealing with the accidents and problems commonly encountered in rock and ice climbing. This course can also be customized for specialized activities, missions, and settings.

Is this trip for me?

This trip is for anyone interested in learning the fundamental skill of rock rescue in a beautiful outdoor setting. If you wish to increase your safety and be prepared if something goes wrong, this is the course for you. Basic knowledge of climbing and rope systems required.

Practical information:


3 days of focused instruction and practice in technical rescue scenarios. Participants will leave this intensive course with a solid skill set allowing them to perform a technical rescue in a vertical setting.


Dates: On request or check out our summer program at FB
Trip Length:3 days, 9am – 5pm

Skill Level

No previous climbing required.


We supply the Ropes, Rock Rack, and all technical equipment. We also provide rock shoes, harness, and helmet. You will need to carry your own back pack to the instructional area with your personal equipment, clothes, water, snack food, and have some some space for a rope. Hiking shoes or running shoes work fine for the short hikes in and out.


Price: 4500 NOK per person. Minimum 3 climbers.

Maximum Instructor/Student Ratio: 4 climbers:1 guide is our maximum ratio.


Included in Price:
– all guide and technical equipment.
– climbing shoes, harness, and helmet.

Not Included in Price:
– clothing, food, water, or backpack.
– transportation.
– travel insurance

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