Our club has gear that is available to ACC Edmonton Trip Coordinators (Only!) when leading an ACC Edmonton trip/course approved by our Climbing Committee. Club gear must be reserved in advance of your trip.

Climbing ropes

 Name Rating Length (m) Description

 Rope017 single 9.8mm 50 Kit with rope, rope bag, and tarp

 Rope018 single 9.8mm 57 Kit with rope, rope bag, and tarp

 Rope019 single 9.8mm 60 Kit with rope, rope bag, and tarp

 Rope012 single 9.2mm 50 Kit with rope, rope bag, and tarp

 Rope013 single 9.2mm 55 Kit with rope, rope bag, and tarp

 Rope014 single 9.8mm 60 Kit with rope, rope bag, and tarp

 Rope015 single 9.8mm 50 Kit with rope, rope bag, and tarp

 Rope016 single 9.8mm 50 Kit with rope, rope bag, and tarp

Ropes marked 50 m may be as much as 54 m

Please treat the climbing ropes as your own. Use the bags to prevent damage, cuts, or contamination with chemicals during transport. When climbing, please use the ground-tarps to protect and keep them clean.

Gear

 Name Description

 Avi001 G3 shovel, Orthovox probe, BCA transceiver in stuff sack

 Avi002 G3 shovel, Orthovox probe, BCA transceiver in stuff sack

 Avi003 G3 shovel, Orthovox probe, BCA transceiver in stuff sack

 Avi004 Voile shovel, Orthovox probe, BCA transceiver in stuff sack

 Avi005 G3 shovel, Orthovox probe, BCA transceiver in stuff sack

Avi006G3 shovel, Orthovox probe, BCA transceiver in stuff sack

 PLB001 Personal Locator Beacon + stuff sack

 Tarp001 4-person SILtarp emergency shelter

To reserve club gear for your trip

  • Trip leaders can request club gear via email to our Safety Director. 

    Please include:
     
    • Dates that the equipment is required. Include:
      • Gear pickup date
      • Dates of your trip
      • Days you will need to dry and clean the equipment
         
    • Length of rope required. Note that some ropes are shorter than 60m.
    • Describe the activity that the rope is being used for, so we can match suitable ropes for your trip.
    • Examples: non-dry ropes for top rope cragging, dry ropes for ice climbs.
    • This will help to extend the life of the gear, especially dry rope treatments.
       
  • Gear is reserved in order of: first-requested-first-reserved. 
    It is highly recommended to request gear immediately after your trip is approved.

Picking-up club gear

 

 
  • All club gear is picked-up from Track 'N Trail (TNT) during their hours of operation.

  • TNT staff will release gear only after you show them:
    1. A copy of the email from our Safety Directory that confirmed your reservation. 
    2. Your active ACC Edmonton membership card.
  • The specific kit booked will be the kit issued by TNT staff, as identified by its ID# tag.
  • Please inspect all kits before leaving the store, to ensure all items in the kit are included.
    Batteries for equipment to be provided by the trip leader or participants. Please remove them when returning the gear.

Returning club gear

  • All gear must be returned to Track 'N Trail, during their hours of operation, in the condition that you picked them up: 
    • Dry
    • Clean
    • In good repair
    • All batteries removed from any devices
       
  • Return each kit with its ID# tag attached.
    Please replace these if they are lost or damaged, as they are used to identify and book equipment. 
     
  • If the equipment is damaged or lost, please report it to the Safety Director immediately, to prevent further booking until it is replaced or repaired.

Equipment availability

Check the calendar below to see what equipment has been booked.  Anything not shown here can be considered available.  You can also use this calendar to prove a booking when picking up equipment from Track 'N Trail.