Your entry into climbing
Beginners' courses for every age group.

For beginners who want to get to know sport and indoor climbing better and learn how to do it properly. In addition to the basic safety-related skills and a safe approach to top rope techniques, the course also teaches the basics of sport climbing. We also of course adapt our teaching methods to the age of participants.

Services: admission to the Cube, climbing instructor, rental material

Our courses
7-12 years

The climbing course for 7-12 year olds focuses on a fun approach to climbing where kids get used to heights step-by-step on a top rope (seconding). There is no pressure to perform when climbing, which is purely in accordance with each child's individual desires. Far greater importance is attached to responsible belaying and observance of climbing rules. The climbing itself is in groups of three, with one child climbing and two belaying. Each climbing instructor supervises a maximum of three groups of three. The course is completed with fun bouldering sessions or yo-yo climbing. No lead climbing is offered.

Participants: min. 6 - max. 9

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13-16 years

The basic course for youngsters is aimed at beginners who are taking their first steps in top rope techniques (seconding) so as subsequently to learn to lead. The focus of this course is primarily on safety techniques so that participants will at the end be able to climb in the hall on their own. Basic technical training (stepping/climbing/gripping) forms part of the course and instruction is given as time permits. Depending on the exercise, climbing is in groups of two, with each climbing instructor supervising a maximum of 10 participants at the same time according to their personal progress.

Participants: min. 6 - max. 10 

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Adults 17+ years

Similar in content to the basic course for young people, this course is aimed at adult beginners who are taking their first steps in top rope techniques (seconding) so as subsequently to learn to lead. The focus of the course is on safety techniques so that participants will at the end be able to climb in the hall on their own. Basic technical training (stepping/climbing/gripping) forms part of the course and instruction is given as time permits. Depending on the exercise, climbing is in groups of two, with each climbing instructor supervising a maximum of 10 participants at the same time according to their personal progress.

Participants: min. 6 - max. 10

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