March 31 - April 2 in Red Rock, NevadaSpend the day with Hans Florine and an American Alpine Institute guide. You can finally do that multi-pitch route in Red Rock you've always wanted to get on! Pick Hans's brain on ways to get yourself out more and cover more ground when doing so. Hans is flexible so if you want to get on a single pitch route or boulder problem and have him work with you on just about any climbing related skill, he is game. Lastly if you have any questions, contact Hans directly at Hans@hansflorine.com.
To register, contact American Alpine Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org or (360) 671-1505
Cost per person, per day:
1 climber : 2 guides $1075
2 climbers : 2 guides $725
Hans Florine knows speed. He has repeatedly set and broken one of the most coveted speed records in the world: The Nose of El Capitan. In 2012, Hans and climbing partner Alex Honnold took the record again in 2 hours and 23 minutes, lowering the previous record by a full 13 minutes. In 2014, Hans set the record for fastest solo ascent of the Triple Direct. He holds several records throughout Yosemite Valley and around the world.
Hans won the first International Speed Climbing Championships in 1991 and has held the U.S. National title eleven times. He won gold at the ESPN X-Games three years in a row. He is the co-author of “Speed Climbing,” now in its second edition and the producer of the award-winning climbing documentary, “Wall Rats.”
Hans has been featured in San Francisco Chronicle, Sports Illustrated, The New York Times, Men’s Journal, Fitness Runner, Rock and Ice Magazine, Climbing Magazine, Alpinist, Diablo
Magazine, Master Athlete and more.
He is a sponsored athlete for Outdoor Research, KineSYS, Honey Stinger, Petzl, LaSportiva, Blue Water Ropes and NUUN. He is an ambassador for The Access Fund, an active member of The American Alpine Club and supporting member of the Yosemite Fund, Leave No Trace and the South Yuba River Citizens League (SYRCL).