Climbing Clubs

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ROCK-IT’S FOR 5-8 YEARS

Rock-it classes run most Saturdays from 1000 -1100hrs, simply book on-line below.

 

Ratio:1:8

Duration:1 hour

Cost: £47.50 (5 week term) payable termly in advance 

 

Session dates are:

Next Session: Start 11 Jan 2020

At the Adur Centre we actively encourage children to have fun whilst learning about the basics of climbing in a safe and secure environment. These sessions are for 5-8 year olds focusing around movement and fun on the wall and not so much about getting to the top, although that’s fun too! All participants will receive an attendance certificate at end of the term.

ROCK HOPPERS   FOR 8-11 YRS

Rock Hoppers run most Saturdays 1130 – 1300hrs

 

Rock Hoppers is our junior climbing club; which follows The National Indoor Climbing Award Scheme (NICAS) syllabus. NICAS is a UK wide scheme designed to promote climbing development and accredit achievement on artificial climbing structures and is open to children aged 8-11 years. The Adur Centre can offer the first four levels which offer progressive technical skill and responsibility.

 

Participants purchase a log book and pay a one off registration fee for level 1-2 to monitor their ongoing progress.

 

Ratio:1:8

Duration:1.5 hour

Cost: £47.50 (5 week term) payable termly in advance 

 

Session dates are:

Next Session: Start 11 Jan 2020

 

Rock Stars for 11-16 yrs

Rock Stars runs on Saturday. The times are as follows:

 

Rock Stars is our Youth climbing group; which continues on the path toward the  National Indoor Climbing Award Scheme. NICAS is a UK wide scheme designed to promote climbing development and accredit achievement on artificial  climbing  structures  and  is  open  to children aged 11 years and above. The Adur Centre can offer the first four levels which offer progressive technical skill and responsibility.
 
Participants purchase a log book and pay a one off registration fee for level 3-4 to monitor their ongoing progress.

 

Ratio:1:8

Duration:1.5 hour

Cost: £47.50 (5 week term) payable termly in advance 

 

Session dates are:

Next Session: Starts 11 Jan 2020

 

NICAS Young Climbers session

Wednesday Evening 1700 – 1830hrs
This is a Youth climbing group; which continues on the path toward the  National Indoor Climbing Award Scheme. NICAS is a UK wide scheme designed to promote climbing development and accredit achievement on artificial  climbing  structures  and  is  open  to children aged 8 -11 years. The Adur Centre can offer the first four levels which offer progressive technical skill and responsibility.

 

Ratio:1:8

Duration:1.5 hour

Cost:

Cost: £47.50 (5 week term) payable termly in advance 

 

Session dates are:

Next Session: Start Wednesday 15 Jan 2020

EXPERIENCED aDULT CLIMBERS

Induction: Saturday - 13:45 - 14:45 Term Time
Monday - Friday: 0900 - 1700 On request in advance
 
Cost: £9 per adult / £7.50 per child
 
You might be an experienced climber wanting to try one of our 60+ routes or you might be new to climbing and excited for your first steps into a whole new activity.
 
You can register to be a climber with us at an induction on Saturday between 13:45 - 14:45 during term time. Once on our books you can climb when the centre is open and we do not have school groups in the climbing wall. Prior arrangement is necessary.
 
 
Indoor climbing is one of the UK fastest growing sports (Sport England Active People Survey 2016), and is also the newest Olympic Sport to be seen at the 2020 Games in Tokyo. Now is a great time to take up the sport! Whether you want to learn for the first time or just need to refresher to get back in the swing, this is a great chance to learn the ropes from our experienced staff.

As well as weekly climbing sessions there are options for a 5-day camp every summer and climbing trips overseas. Participants purchase a log book and pay a one off registration fee for level 3-4 to monitor their ongoing progress.

 

Please note the Adur Centre is an unsupervised facility (unless tuition and training have been booked and paid for in advance) and accepts no liability for injury sustained due to the unsafe behavior of others.

 

The BMC participation statement is very clear; it should be read and understood by all users of the centre:

 

“The British Mountaineering Council recognises that climbing, hill walking and

mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death.

Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be

responsible for their own actions and involvement.”

What to wear?

Loose clothing: T-Shirt, Leggings, Jogging Bottoms or Shorts.

Trainers or specialist climbing shoes (No open toed or slip on shoes).

Climbing shoes can be hired at the centre.

 

Instructors

All sessions are delivered by our highly experienced and qualified team of instructors.

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