Introduction to Gym Climbing

Two hour class teaching the fundamentals of climbing movement, climbing knots and belay technique. Class includes a week of free climbing with rental equipment. Most register at least 7 days in advance.

Cost: $80 for one climber ($20 each additional climber) 20% off for members

 

Lead Class

Are you ready to learn how to lead climb? Or would practice and coaching be the key to taking your lead climbing to the next level? Come learn from an experienced climber and instructor how to be a better lead climber! Participants should be comfortable climbing 5.9 on top rope and top rope belaying.

Cost: $80 for one climber ($20 each additional climber) 20% off for members

 

Private Instruction

Work one on one with a Flagstaff Climbing Center Instructor. Practice movement skills, training techniques, anchors, jamming cracks, leading, rappelling, self rescue and more. Private Instruction can also be used to just have a dedicated belayer to maximize your climbing time.

Cost is per hour: $45 for one climber, $5 for the second climber ($10 for each additional climber) 20% off for members

 

Climb Like a Girl 1

For beginning to intermediate women climbers and meets weekly on Mondays, 6-8 pm, at Flagstaff Climbing’s Downtown Crag and Main Street Boulders + 1 days outside. Cost: $150/20% off for members. Open to members and non-members.

In a male dominated sport like climbing it is important for women to have a strong, supportive community in which they can learn and progress to find their full potential. This class is designed to give beginning and intermediate women climbers the foundations, community and resources they need to enjoy and succeed at climbing. We will focus on climbing fundamentals, technique, mental training, and physical training. This is your chance to meet partners, learn new skills, get strong and have fun! This course also includes an outdoor climbing day at the end!

Next Session: September 9-October 14

 

Climb Like a Girl 2

For intermediate to advanced women climbers and meets weekly on Mondays, 6-8 pm, at Flagstaff Climbing’s Downtown Crag and Main Street Boulders + 1 days outside. Cost: $150/20% off for members. Open to members and non-members.

This course will pick up right where CLAG 1 left off. For ladies interested in further pursuing lead climbing and learning the skills to transition from gym climbing to the outdoors, this class is perfect for you! Topics covered will include lead climbing, basic anchors, outdoor sport climbing skills, basic traditional climbing skills and more. Just like the original, this class will emphasize personal growth as a climber in a supportive environment. Get psyched and take your skills to the next level! This course also includes an outdoor climbing day at the end!

Next Session: October 21-December 2

yoga for climbers with ann seibert

Do your hamstrings cramp up in stretchy back-step move? Have your shoulders become so tight that making a reach move actually hurts? Then come to Sunday morning Yin Yoga where the goal is to relax and improve flexibility in the areas that get super tight on climbers: shoulders, chest, back, hips and legs. It’s great for a pre-climbing warm-up or for a chill day. So, if you want to avoid cramping up during that key move, join us for yin yoga and keep sending!

Cost: Free with Membership or Day Pass
Location: Downtown Crag
Open to members and non members.

SCHEDULE

Weekly:
Sundays 9:30-11 am



NAU Climbing Classes

If you are a current NAU student and want to learn to climb, improve your skills AND get NAU credit, our Beginning and Intermediate Rock Climbing Courses are for you!

NAU Beginning Rock Climbing:
This course is based on technique; participants practice some of the basic skills of rock climbing in an indoor environment. Essential skills such as belaying, rappelling, climbing techniques, rope management and care of equipment will be covered. Course is held at Flagstaff Climbing’s Downtown Location. Transportation is not provided by NAU.

NAU Intermediate Rock Climbing:
This course provides participants an intensive look at the skills of an intermediate rock climbing. Although the course is taught indoors, many of the skills taught will be preparing students for outdoor rock climbing. Lessons are arranged according to the ability and experience of class participants. This class is held at Flagstaff Climbing’s Downtown Location. Transportation is not provided by NAU