Introduction to rock climbing
Introduction to rock climbing with Climb It
Introduction to rock climbing.
So you’d like to try rock climbing outdoors?
Rock climbing is a great way to have fun, get fit and enjoy an adventure outdoors. An absorbing outdoor activity, where you challenge yourself like never before.
Who is the introduction to rock climbing course for?
No previous experience is needed to try this introduction to rock climbing course. Likewise, the intro to rock climbing course is open to all fitness levels and will be a fun and enjoyable experience, all you need to bring is a sense of adventure.
So whether you are looking for a one to one introductory session, a group of friends or a family looking for a fun activity, suitable to all ages, then the intro to rock climbing course is for you.
What do I cover on the introduction to rock climbing course?
I’ll keep the emphasis on you or your group having as much time on the rock as possible, while having as much fun as possible, in a safe and challenging way.
During the course, while spending lots of time climbing, I’ll also introduce you to:
- climbing skills, techniques and terminology
- Simple knots, rope work and belaying
- Advice, should you wish to start climbing more often.
This course is all about you enjoying your time on the rock and will progress at a pace suitable to your level.
What do you need to bring?
Bring a sense of adventure, otherwise I provide all equipment on the day. You should bring your own lunch, snacks and water as required.
Where does the intro to rock climbing course run?
This introductory climbing course can be run in The Burren, Clare, Dalkey Quarry, Dublin or The Gap Of Dunloe, Kerry and the duration can be altered to suit your requirements.
Duration: The course duration can be tailored to suit your needs. You can opt for a half day or full day course.
Location: Clare, Dublin or Kerry
Cost: €90 euro for a half days (3 hours) instruction. €140 euro for a full days (6 hours) instruction.
Pre-requisites: None required
Ratio: No minimum, max 1:6 ratio. Please call if you have a larger group.
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