Whether it’s your first time climbing, or you’ve been climbing for years, RocVentures offers technique classes to fit your needs.
Adult First Time
For First Timers: On alternating Mondays and Fridays for 3 weeks a month, we offer an Adult First Time Top-Roping Class, geared towards those who would like to get their first experience on the wall. This class is $45 for admission, gear rentals, belay training, and coaching.
Adult Bouldering Basics Class
Bouldering Basics Class: One Monday a month we offer an Adult Bouldering Basics Class. This class is FREE with the purchase of admission and gear rentals. The class covers the fundamentals of boulder problem solving including body positioning and move sequencing to improve your bouldering performance.
Adult Top-Roping Technique Class (Level 1)
For Beginners: One Monday a month we offer an Adult Top-Roping Technique Class (Level 1). This class is FREE with the purchase of admission and gear rentals. The class covers the fundamentals of hold usage, body positioning, and move sequencing to improve your climbing skills. Recommended for those already belay trained.
Coaching sessions are the best way to get personal feedback and instruction to help meet your climbing goals.
Our coaches will work with you to develop and refine technique, design a training routine, and reach higher goals both inside and outside of a climbing gym.
Coaching session are 1 hour and cost $35
Coaching times are made by appointment so they can always fit your schedule.
Adult Top-Roping Technique Class (Level 2)
For Intermediate to Advanced Climbers: One Monday a month we offer an Adult Top-Roping Technique Class (Level 2). This class is FREE with the purchase of admission and gear rentals. The class expands on the fundamentals of the Level 2 class with coaching designed to push you to the next grade of climbing proficiency.
Lead Climbing Classes
Lead Climbing is an advanced style of climbing where a climber will ascend the wall with a rope and clip the rope into protection points as they advance up the wall. The climber is often called the leader since this method is used to ascend large rock faces with a single rope. Lead climbing is sometimes called sport climbing in an indoor setting since the points of protection (called quickdraws) are already affixed to the wall. Click here to see an picture breakdown of lead climbing.