The Adult Team is a once weekly practice designed to help climbers learn technique, build training practices, and gain confidence with all forms of climbing.
An introduction to climbing holds, including how to identify the various types and ways to better utilize them through improved body positioning, move sequencing, and route reading skills.
Proper footwork can make all the difference! Learn about how footwork affects your balance on the wall, and how to do more with your feet to reduce the strain on your fingers and arms.
Learn the fundamentals of how to move more efficiently through more advanced footwork techniques, better breathing, and dynamic vs. static movement.
Climbing requires a lot of hard work from your fingers, muscles, and joints. Find out how to avoid injuries and train to climb harder, too!
Learn to belay so that you and your climbing partner(s) can rope climb in our facility on your own. Classes typically takes 1 hour to teaches knots, belay process, and safety procedures.
If you’ve done all the group technique classes, or just prefer a smaller group setting then a one-on-one private lesson with one of our experienced staff is a great way to hone your skills.
Learn how to lead climb which, in short, is a more advanced style of climbing that involves clipping your rope into gear on the wall rather than relying on the ropes hanging from the ceiling.
The goal of “Conquering Mental Barriers” is to teach students the mental and physical tools needed to push yourself when “on the sharp end” of the lead rope.
This class exists to give climbers the tools to work through a project climb well at their limit, including red pointing techniques and efficient movement.
Ready to begin climbing outside? Outdoor Skills 101 is focused on teaching you the skills and mindset necessary to lead climb outdoors.