Cody will share:
- Where to find the best sport climbing in Red Rock
- Classic moderate routes for your first multi-pitch in Red Rock
- Cody’s favourite classics: Community Pillar, Sweet Thin and others
- How to not epic on Epinephrine — AKA “Epicnephrine” — ever again
- Logistics, like where to stay, permits, camping, reservations for the loop road, late exit passes and more
- Local etiquette for climbing in Red Rock Canyon
- Plus many more photos and stories from Cody!
It’s not hard to understand why Red Rock Canyon draws thousands of climbers from all over the world every year. Soaring walls stand like elegant paintings against the backdrop of the Las Vegas skyline, inviting climbers to experience the area’s incredible Aztec Sandstone. Whether you’re looking for “5.7 Heaven” or trying to redpoint your next project 1,000 feet off of the ground, Red Rock has what you are looking for, and AMGA Guide, Cody Bradford, is here to show you how to get it.
Red Rock Canyon is one place where it pays to climb like a local. There’s a local etiquette you need to be aware of, and knowing the logistical details of the area will make trip planning a lot easier. Cody will cover topics like how and when to climb, signing up for late exit passes, which areas catch sun or shade, and how planning ahead for your big day out can help you spend your days on the rock rather than wandering through the desert in search of that perfect route.
If you’ve ever wanted to climb on Red Rock’s famous sandstone, this is your chance to get all the info you need. After his presentation, Cody will stick around to answer all your burning questions on the area.
Cody began his guiding career with the North Carolina Outward Bound School where he received his AMGA Single Pitch Instructor certification in November 2012. Cody gained his AMGA Rock Guide Certification in April 2018 and now guides full-time all over the United States. Depending on the season, you’ll find him climbing in Joshua Tree, Moab, North Carolina, the Cascades, Grand Teton National Park, and of course, Red Rock.