June - September
Overlooking the Salish Sea and San Juan Islands, Mount Erie is located on the stolen lands of the Swinomish, Sauk-Suiattle and Samish peoples, among other groups. Erie offers inspiring vistas with varied climbing opportunities. A great location for beginner to intermediate climbers, in addition to being a popular site for advanced instruction and guiding courses and assessments, Mount Erie is an amazing classroom to learn technical skills and put them into practice.
For the recreational climber looking to build technical skills
Anchors, Cleaning and Rappelling
This one-day course focuses on supporting climbers in their transition from climbing indoors to outdoors climbing, as well as supporting outdoor top rope climbers in learning key skills to build and clean (break down) basic anchors, as well as evaluate anchors that others have built for you.
OUTdoor Leadership Programming
For the aspiring outdoor leaders, instructors, or guides - emphasis on skills and techniques to support guide course/assessment readiness, as well as ongoing professional development.