Sport climbing is a type of climbing where safety anchors are already fixed into the wall. As climbers ascend, they use safety equipment to protect themselves against falls. In sport climbing, risks are minimized to focus on overcoming the physical and technical difficulties of the wall. However, to practice safely, all maneuvers must be carried out correctly. In our courses, we offer three levels to gradually learn how to climb autonomously and safely.
Escalada Deportiva:es la modalidad de la escalada en la que las rutas ya tienen colocados los anclajes de seguridad en la pared. A medida que la escaladora o escalador asciende, va utilizando el equipo de seguridad para protegerse ante una posible caída. En la escalada deportiva se minimizan los riesgos para enfocarse en superar la dificultad física y técnica que ofrece la pared. Pero por supuesto, para que la práctica sea segura, hay que realizar correctamente todas las maniobras. En nuestros cursos te ofrecemos tres niveles para ir aprendiendo gradualmente a escalar de forma autónoma y segura.
This course is the first step to get into rock climbing. It aims at introducing students to the world of sport climbing, understanding the features and methods of this practice, and being able to prepare to climb and give a proper belay on top rope. (with the rope passed from above). By assimilating this knowledge and being able to apply it correctly, the next step is to achieve LEVEL 2.
This course teaches how to climb when the rope is not set up from above, focusing in learning how to fall and how to give a proper soft catch as belayers. The goal is for students to identify and manage potential risks, interpret climbing guides to choose appropriate routes for their level and interest, climb and belay themselves safely. By applying these skills, the only thing left to climb completely independently is learning how to clean the route, that is, descend and recover the gear used. This and other advanced maneuvers can be learned in LEVEL 3.
In this level we teach you how to descend with the sport maneuver passing the rope thru the rings and rapelling for those exceptional situations where the previous maneuver is not an option.