The climbing equipment is available in the climbing hall, but no climbing shoes!
Sportswear and fixed sneakers must be brought. Own climbing shoes are recommended. Due to the high demand, the course seat will be forfeit to a successor on the waiting list if you are not excused at the first appointment. The different course fees are based on the given framework conditions (e. g. number of admitted participants, number of dates, etc. ).
For safety reasons, the use of mobile phones during class is not permitted!
Please read through: Information sheet on the structure of the climbing courses
Level 1: Toprope climbing - learning basic climbing skills in the lower and medium difficulty range, equipment and materials, different belay techniques (dynamic belays and different semi-automatic belay devices), anchor methods, self-control and partercheck, fall exercises.
Level 2: Lead climbing - belaying and lead climbing, self-control and patner check, equipment knowledge, alternative belaying methods and techniques and abseiling.Prerequisite is previous participation in a Level 1 course.
Level 3: Various climbing techniques are repeated and deepened. Toprope and lead climbing, body and belaying, belaying, re belaying, self belaying, fall attempts, lead climbing with abseiling, rope team in action.Prerequisite is previous participation in a Level 1 course and a Level 2 course.