Each class offers a comprehensive curriculum designed to support climbers…every…step…of…the…way. Our knowledgeable, motivating coaches delve into every layer and level of the climbing training journey. Whether a beginner or a pro—welcome the challenge to grow!
Introduction to Bouldering
Come learn to boulder. Our instructors create a fun, community-focused experience covering falling, bouldering etiquette, and basic movement skills. If you’re new to bouldering, this is the perfect class to get started on a new, lifelong passion.
Introduction to Rope Climbing
Learn the basics of knot tying and belay technique! Designed for people with little or no climbing experience, this course teaches the skills needed to climb independently at the gym and is a great first-time climbing experience.
Introduction to Technique
Feeling comfortable on the wall, and ready to begin honing your craft? Learn principles needed to drive movement from your toes, position your body efficiently, and use breath to support your mind and movement. Leave ready to start practicing these in your day to day climbing.
Introduction to Leading
Over the course of two classes, learn the essential techniques necessary to lead climb and belay in the gym. Participants will be given the opportunity to practice taking and catching falls. This course is also a great first step for those with aspirations to lead outdoors.
Introduction to Leading LAB
In this class, you’ll get the opportunity to hone your lead climbing and belaying skills outside of the mock scenerio. Expect to come out of this class with a more nuanced understanding of lead climbing best practices. Perfect for those who are working to pass the Lead Check and those already leading who want to build your confidence in the fundamentals.
Intermediate Leading: Sport Climbing Outside
Interested in moving your sport climbing outdoors? This three-hour indoor class will provide hands-on experience with best practices for single-pitch sport climbing, including clipping bolts, building anchors, cleaning an anchor, and lowering. This class does not teach how to lead belay or lead climb (see Intro to Sport Lead for learning to lead belay and lead climb).