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Our Mission

THE TECHNICAL ROPEWORK SEMINAR

Rigging for Rescue® offers a technical ropework seminar that is renowned for its focus on applying the critical thinking and systems analysis skills required to competently incorporate ropework and rigging into effective rescue systems.

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UPCOMING PROGRAMS

Sun 15
Mon 30

Rope Rescue I- Ouray, CO

August 30 - September 3
Sep 09

Rope Rescue – Eaton, CO

September 9 - September 12
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