|2015 Ouray Ice Fest ClinicsThe 2015 Ouray Ice Festival Clinics Schedule has been posted on our website. In association with the Ouray Ice Park Inc., we’re proud to offer the most unique ice climbing clinic schedule in North America. This year is one of the best line-ups ever with clinics by La Sportiva, Outdoor Research, Mammut, Bluewater Ropes, Petzl, Black Diamond, and many, many more.
Each clinic is taught by professional athletes and guides such as Ines Papert, Conrad Anker, Steve House, Carlos Buhler, Vince Anderson, Will Gadd, Dawn Glanc, Margot Talbot – and that’s just a few!!
Sales for the clinics and seminars will begin on Thursday November 13th, 2014 @ 0800 MST – so make sure to “window shop” and decide which clinics you’d like to participate in.
Come and join us for North America’s iconic and 20th Annual Ouray Ice Climbing Festival – January 8 – 11, 2015. See you there!!
Ouray Ice Festival Clinics / Seminars 2015 Clinic Schedule
We have organized a ton of unique and informative ice climbing clinics to appeal to first-time ice climbers and experienced veterans alike. Climbers of all ability levels and backgrounds can choose from over 100 half-day clinics and full-day seminars – including backcountry ice and ski options. Don’t miss your opportunity to learn from the best!
New this year is the opportunity to climb with our guides from San Juan Mountain Guides on Thursday before the festival begins at a discounted rate. Check out the “Seminars” tab on the clinic schedule page.
• Ice Fest Clinic Schedule
• Clinic Sales begin on November 13, 2014 @ 0800 MST
San Juan Ice Conditions Update
Cold Weather On the Way!
We’ve had plenty of early season moisture to feed waterfalls, drips, and seeps to form great early season ice conditions. With a huge dip of cold weather on the way, backcountry ice will be in climbing condition very soon. Ice climbing in November and December offers some of the best ice climbing of the year.
• Early Season Ice Climbing Course
• Private/Custom Ice Guiding
• Ouray/San Juan Ice Conditions Page