Climbing Instructor - WFR
Bennett Anderson is one of our amazing climbing instructors, garnering wilderness experience while attending Brevard College in North Carolina and having climbed his away around a good chunk of the western portion of the state.
Born and raised in Atlanta, Ga., Bennett joined up with us last April and currently works as a guide and instructor for students and course participants during climbing blocks.
He comes to NCOAE with experience as a camp counselor and summer staff member at Camp Mikell, a camp and conference center of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta on 460 acres in northeast Georgia. He was also a climbing guide and instructor at the Appalachian Mountain Institute (AMI).
In addition to a Bachelor of Arts degree in fine arts from Brevard, Bennett is a member of the American Mountain Guides Association (AMGA) and is certified to guide single-pitch climbing. He is also a Wilderness First Responder (WFR) and a Leave No Trace trainer.
When he’s not climbing mountains, Bennett delves in sculpture and guitar.
Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts
- Single-pitch climbing guide
- Wilderness First Responder (WFR)
- Leave No Trace trainer
- American Mountain Guides Association (AMGA)