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Rope Work, Knots and Rigging Workshop - OHIO

*Pathfinder Classes are not eligible for discounts.

Rope Work, Knots, and Rigging Workshop

Class Limit - 12 students

This class will give you a good base knowledge of the most useful Knots, Riggings, and Simple Machines usable for both woodland and suburban environment. We will discuss both premade and improvised alternatives for use in lifting, moving, and lowering materials. We will also discuss multifunctional aspects of simple Knots and hitches that will transfer to any situation as well as, uses for simple safety when working on a steep grade and low-level heights.

Course Work:

  • Rope and Rope types
  • Making Rope
  • Storing and caring for Rope
  • Utility/Commando Ropes
  • Knots
  • Hitches
  • Lashings
  • Whippings Splices
  • Wenches
  • Cranes
  • Tackle
  • Blocks
  • Parbuckles
  • Safety Harnesses
  • Anchors
  • Belays
  • Ascending
  • Descending
  • Tie downs
  • Cargo Nets
  • Smaller Nets
  • Carriers
  • Ladders
  • Bridges

Camping is Modern so bring a Tent or Hammocks.

Gear List:

  1. Leather Gloves
  2. #36 and #6 Bank line (a 1 lb. roll of each)
  3. 7" Net Needle
  4. Paracord 100’
  5. Rope 8-10 MM Anchor Rope 30’
  6. Marlin Spike
  7. 1” Tubular Webbing (climbing grade) 30’
  8. Notebook, Pen/Pencil
  9. Food and Snacks
  10. Clothing appropriate for the weather

    Port-a-Pots are located approximately 400 yards from the base camp near the parking area.

    Water will be available from jugs located in Base Camp. We continually check the water supply to make sure it is readily available.

    We do not allow anyone to remain at camp without an instructor present

    If you suffer from a medical condition that requires medication, please bring your prescribed medicines with you. If you undergo surgery or a hospital stay within 30 days of the class, DO NOT attempt this course.

      As the premier school for self-reliance, our training exceeds that of any other school in the nation; so please take it seriously and take the time to physically prepare.

          Age Requirements

          • Must be at least 13 years of age to attend the class. Any student under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

          If you bring a minor (under 18 yrs old) that is not your child, you must have a signed Emergency Care Authorization form filled out by that child's parent(s) or legal guardian. Reference your Confirmation email for this document.

          Due to property insurance restrictions: There will be no camping on the school property prior to the start of the class or after the classes conclude.

          Each class is instructed by highly trained and professional outdoor/wilderness instructors. Each instructor teaches the Pathfinder School system and is authorized by Dave Canterbury. Instructors, including Dave Canterbury, can vary from class to class.

          All students must read, agree, and sign a Liability Waiver and Release form for the Pathfinder School LLC and the venue prior to attending the course. This can be signed brought to the course and given to staff upon arrival. No student will attend training without both forms being on file. Please note we do not share this information with anyone.

          Click here for the Pathfinder School Liability Waiver and Release. 

          If you need to cancel..

          Once you purchase a class for The Pathfinder School, the Pathfinder Gathering, or for a Self Reliance Outfitters store event, you have up to 14 days before the event or class to cancel and receive a refund. This provides us time to open the spot for someone else to purchase. 

          Any cancellations past that threshold will not be eligible for a refund. A cancellation due to an emergency will be handled on a case by case basis and will only be eligible for a store gift card.

          If you do not show up for a class or event your registration fees are forfeited and no refunds or store credits will be issued.

          If a class gets canceled...

          We require a minimum of 5 to 10 students to conduct a class (depending on the class).  If a class needs to be cancelled due to an insufficient number of registrations, you will be contacted by phone or email. You will then have the option to transfer to another class (if available), receive a store gift card, or a refund.

          Please note: The Pathfinder School LLC is not responsible for travel expenses, airline tickets, or other accommodations if a class is cancelled.

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          Rope Work, Knots and Rigging Workshop - OHIO

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          *Pathfinder Classes are not eligible for discounts.

          Rope Work, Knots, and Rigging Workshop

          Class Limit - 12 students

          This class will give you a good base knowledge of the most useful Knots, Riggings, and Simple Machines usable for both woodland and suburban environment. We will discuss both premade and improvised alternatives for use in lifting, moving, and lowering materials. We will also discuss multifunctional aspects of simple Knots and hitches that will transfer to any situation as well as, uses for simple safety when working on a steep grade and low-level heights.

          Course Work:

          • Rope and Rope types
          • Making Rope
          • Storing and caring for Rope
          • Utility/Commando Ropes
          • Knots
          • Hitches
          • Lashings
          • Whippings Splices
          • Wenches
          • Cranes
          • Tackle
          • Blocks
          • Parbuckles
          • Safety Harnesses
          • Anchors
          • Belays
          • Ascending
          • Descending
          • Tie downs
          • Cargo Nets
          • Smaller Nets
          • Carriers
          • Ladders
          • Bridges

          Camping is Modern so bring a Tent or Hammocks.

          Gear List:

          1. Leather Gloves
          2. #36 and #6 Bank line (a 1 lb. roll of each)
          3. 7" Net Needle
          4. Paracord 100’
          5. Rope 8-10 MM Anchor Rope 30’
          6. Marlin Spike
          7. 1” Tubular Webbing (climbing grade) 30’
          8. Notebook, Pen/Pencil
          9. Food and Snacks
          10. Clothing appropriate for the weather

            Port-a-Pots are located approximately 400 yards from the base camp near the parking area.

            Water will be available from jugs located in Base Camp. We continually check the water supply to make sure it is readily available.

            We do not allow anyone to remain at camp without an instructor present

            If you suffer from a medical condition that requires medication, please bring your prescribed medicines with you. If you undergo surgery or a hospital stay within 30 days of the class, DO NOT attempt this course.

              As the premier school for self-reliance, our training exceeds that of any other school in the nation; so please take it seriously and take the time to physically prepare.

                  Age Requirements

                  • Must be at least 13 years of age to attend the class. Any student under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

                  If you bring a minor (under 18 yrs old) that is not your child, you must have a signed Emergency Care Authorization form filled out by that child's parent(s) or legal guardian. Reference your Confirmation email for this document.

                  Due to property insurance restrictions: There will be no camping on the school property prior to the start of the class or after the classes conclude.

                  Each class is instructed by highly trained and professional outdoor/wilderness instructors. Each instructor teaches the Pathfinder School system and is authorized by Dave Canterbury. Instructors, including Dave Canterbury, can vary from class to class.

                  All students must read, agree, and sign a Liability Waiver and Release form for the Pathfinder School LLC and the venue prior to attending the course. This can be signed brought to the course and given to staff upon arrival. No student will attend training without both forms being on file. Please note we do not share this information with anyone.

                  Click here for the Pathfinder School Liability Waiver and Release. 

                  If you need to cancel..

                  Once you purchase a class for The Pathfinder School, the Pathfinder Gathering, or for a Self Reliance Outfitters store event, you have up to 14 days before the event or class to cancel and receive a refund. This provides us time to open the spot for someone else to purchase. 

                  Any cancellations past that threshold will not be eligible for a refund. A cancellation due to an emergency will be handled on a case by case basis and will only be eligible for a store gift card.

                  If you do not show up for a class or event your registration fees are forfeited and no refunds or store credits will be issued.

                  If a class gets canceled...

                  We require a minimum of 5 to 10 students to conduct a class (depending on the class).  If a class needs to be cancelled due to an insufficient number of registrations, you will be contacted by phone or email. You will then have the option to transfer to another class (if available), receive a store gift card, or a refund.

                  Please note: The Pathfinder School LLC is not responsible for travel expenses, airline tickets, or other accommodations if a class is cancelled.

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