Reserve your Day
NOW TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR THE 2018-2019 winter season - reserve your day now!
Step one: Complete the short registration form below.
Step two: Dustin will review your message and respond with his availability. Once a date is settled upon, it is time to...
Step 3: Apply payment via Paypal. To make your reservation with Advanced Rockcraft, 50% of your payment is due.
Step 4: Now your day is reserved! Your name is the only item on my calendar for that day. Before we climb, you will be asked to complete a more thorough registration and acknowledgement of risk form. You can complete this the day we climb.
Reservations are taken on a first to pay, first served basis. A deposit is due in order for your reservation to be in effect. The full cost of your program is due two weeks prior to your trip. A refund is only offered in the event of unsafe climbing conditions the day of your reservation. No refunds will be given within two weeks of a reservation.
Advanced Rockcraft reserves the right to cancel or change a trip itinerary for any reason. Cancellation due to weather is at the sole discretion of your guide. (Your guide enjoys blue skies just as much as you do.) Remember that your guide can offer a rewarding day on the cliff despite a questionable forecast. During times where poor weather is certain, we will make efforts to reschedule for a future date.
Standard Day Rates
(Standard rates include access to the Mohonk Preserve and our climbing equipment*)
One person: $350 / day
Two people: $250 / person / day
Three people: $200 / person / day
Four people: $175 / person / day
If you would like to plan a trip with a party of five or more, please make a note on your registration form.
* A 5% discount is offered to members of the Mohonk Preserve. A 20% discount is offered for children 13 and under.
A word on ratios: as an independent guide, I consider a lower guest-to-guide ratio to be better. This enables you and your guide to work together to manage risk and find success for your group. For a day of easy access top-roping on rock, 4-to-1 is a reasonable ratio. On a dedicated mission in the mountains, 2-to-1 or 1-to-1 is more appropriate. You'll never be paired with a stranger.