Indoor Lessons

2015 Schedule
  Day of the Week Time
Basic Top Rope Skills Wednesdays 7:00–9:00 PM $30 Non-Members / Free for Members
Sport Lead Call to schedule 3-hour lesson $45 / $30 Members
Private Lessons Call to schedule Times vary $55 / $50 Members

If you are interested in a particular subject, please contact the gym to schedule a Private Lesson.

This beginner lesson is designed as an introduction to the exciting sport of rock climbing. The lesson covers knot tying, belaying, rope management skills, the use of technical equipment and climbing commands. Emphasis is placed on the skills needed to climb and belay in a controlled environment. Ages 14+

Prerequisites: Some climbing experience recommended – this lesson is not an introduction to climbing technique

Learn to climb on the sharp end. If your only experiences include top rope climbing/bouldering, this is the course for you. This lesson will introduce the climber to leading sport routes. Topics include the art of controlled and efficient lead belaying, how to clip protection, lead climbing techniques, the art of falling and how to catch a fall. Ages 16+

Prerequisites: Climb at or above 5.9 and qualified to top rope belay at Vertical Endeavors

Have you reached a plateau? Feel like you’re not advancing? Are you frustrated with your efforts? Private lessons will provide the direction, structure and content to refine your climbing skills. Customized lesson topics range from training and stretching to advanced movement techniques and crack climbing. Improve your climbing skills by reserving time for a private lesson. Rentals included.

Prerequisites: None

NOTE: We must have a minimum of six participants to run each lesson. Lessons may run short depending on class size. Registration is first come, first serve. Please call ahead to schedule and reserve your spot as classes often fill up. There may be no room for walk-in registrations. Plan to arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of class. Students may stay after class to continue climbing at the instructor’s discretion.

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