Historically, climbing was born with multi-pitch routes, nowadays these are considered achievements of crag climbing, intended as a preparatory training for harder climbing routes.
With just a few or several pitches, these routes allow us to overcome high rock-walls, or to reach the top of a mountain. They consist in the succession of a series of single pitches, where the roped leader, having reached the rest point (the top of the pitch that is equipped to secure one’s partner) recovers his partner instead of returning to the ground. They are also suitable for those with little climbing experience, that wish to reach higher. Lack of vertigo is a must requirement.
Minimum climbing experience is required, specific maneuvers will be taught during the lesson.