Climbing Courses - Meetup Events - Taster Day - Lead Climbing Courses supervised by Certified Climbing Instructors for YOUR SAFETY.
We are here to inspire you and to give you guidance; from your first moves on rock to your first lead climb or international climbing adventure. We offer climbing courses from taster days, through to Bouldering courses and Learn to Lead Climb courses through to instructor qualifications and experienced climbers to make sure each climb SAFE.
We have opened this climbing meetup to encourage people to practice rock climbing and make it accessible to anybody by sharing our experience (improvements from beginner to experienced climber, fails, mental, determination, passion...) to other people. This group is opened to beginners and experienced climbers who want to improve their climbing skills and techniques, learn basic moves, and meet new people by climbing with others in a small group of 6-8 people max in a relaxing environment in some of the best rocks in Hong Kong.
All the basic techniques, moves and especially security tips will be provided to any beginners by organisers.
Safety will be our top priority for a better climbing.
If we have enough participants, we will organise this type of climbing event several times a week on weekdays and weekends, if people are interested in.
Group of 6-8 people max in order to encourage everybody to participate and learn better during a DAY of climbing.
Participants must have their harness and own climbing shoes to attend FUN DAYS, if you don't know how or where to buy, please ask us, we will be more than happy to help.
We will provide ropes, quickdraws, belay devices,
Harness available for rental.
You can hire one of our coaches, instructors or guides from only HK$1500 per day. They’ll tailor the day to suit your aims and aspirations perfectly. You can enjoy one to one coaching or if you get together as a group, depending on the activity, you can split that cost between as many of you as you like. If you are a group we can run any of the courses listed on a date that suits you and your friends or you could just write your own agenda for a week or weekend and we’ll price it up for you.
Wear your helmet at the crag, even when you are not climbing to protect yourself from rock fall. Always check knots, harnesses, belay devices, lockers, gear, and anchor setups. If you don't know, ask someone at your own risk.
Event Organizers (although seasoned climbers) might have no professionally certified and insured training and consider every event as "climbing with your friends". If in doubt, hire a professional guide, take the lead climbing class at the gym, and/or read about safety techniques to increase your safety knowledge.
Disclaimer: Rock climbing is an inherently dangerous sport and though we take every precaution, injury is always a possibility. If you don't know what's safe, we'll do our best to teach you, but in the end it's up to you to practice safe climbing, we take no responsibility. Your Safety is Your Personal Responsibility.
Climbing Is Dangerous. You could get seriously injured or die. You accept all risk for participating in Climbing course.
Express Assumption of Risk Associated with Mountaineering, Climbing, and Related Activities.
Before being allowed to participate in a course, students must affirm and acknowledge that they have been fully informed of the inherent hazards and risks associated with Mountaineering, Rock Climbing and Indoor Climbing activities, transportation of equipment related to the activities, and travelling to and from activity sites in which they are about to engage.
Inherent hazards and risks include but are not limited to:
1. Risk of injury from the activity and equipment utilized in Mountaineering, Rock Climbing and Indoor Climbing is significant including the potential for permanent disability and death.
2. Possible equipment failure and/or malfunction of my own or others’ equipment.
3. My own negligence and/or the negligence of others, including employees, agents, independent contractors or representatives of Wilderness Leadership Institute, including but not limited to operator error.
4. Injury to hands, fingers, feet and toes, including but not limited to inflammation and/or strain of muscles ligaments and/or tendons, nerve damage or compression, and broken bones.
5. Injuries from falling may occur from exposure to high altitude, which may affect judgment and coordination, or from not paying close attention to your climbing or others climbing with or near you.
6. Broken bones, severe injuries to the head, neck, and back which may result in severe physical impairment or even death.
7. Discharge of weapons in or near the area of activity.
8. Cold weather and heat related injuries and illness including but not limited to frostnip, frost bite, heat exhaustion, heat stroke, sunburn, hypothermia and dehydration.
9. Exposure to outdoor elements, including but not limited to avalanche, rock fall, inclement weather, thunder and lighting, severe and or varied wind, temperature or weather conditions.
10. Attack by or encounter with insects, reptiles, and/or animals.
11. Accidents or illness occurring in remote places where there are no available medical facilities.
12. Fatigue, chill, and/or dizziness, which may diminish my/our reaction time and increase the risk of accident.
13. My sense of balance, physical coordination, and ability to follow instructions.
14. Legal and Financial Risks Associated with International Travel
15. Financial risks associated with equipment damage, injury or other reason.
16. Social damages due to the results of a course.
*Students must understand that the description of these risks is not complete and that unknown or unanticipated risks may result in injury, illness, or death.
It is recommended that students carry insurance commensurate with the nature of the course in which they are enrolling.