Climbing Wall Activities
Indoor rock climbing is one of the most innovative physical activities today. It not only builds physical skills, but also helps to develop social-emotional and academic skills. Our team of educators has written a variety of climbing wall lesson plans to challenge and captivate children of varying ages and abilities. They include beginner climbing activities, competitive climbing activities, cooperative climbing activities, best climbing games, intermediate-level climbing activities, challenging climbing activities and activities that combine climbing and classroom learning. We hope you enjoy them! Check back frequently as we will be adding new climbing activities often.
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Beginner Climbing Activities
Beginner Climbing Activities introduce new climbers or young climbers to the climbing wall so they can gradually build their comfort, confidence and climbing skills.
Welcome to the Wall Participants are introduced to the climbing wall in a non-threatening manner with a simulated climb across the Traverse Wall.
Competitive Climbing Activities
Competitive Climbing Activities add an element of competition, strategy, and teamwork to the climbing experience. These fun activities also build climbing skills and are ideal for small groups of climbers.
Cooperative Climbing Activities
Cooperative Climbing Activities require climbers to work together to achieve a task or common goal. They are great for developing cooperation, communication, teamwork and trust.
Best Climbing Games
Climbers will be engages and have a blast with our all-time favorite climbing wall games.
Intermediate-Level Climbing Activities
Once beginner climbers have more confidence and skills, they’ll be eager to try these activities that bring additional climbing challenges.
Challenging Climbing Activities
Challenging Climbing Activities are for experienced climbers or advanced climbers. These activities will not only put their climbing skills to test but will also help climbers continue to develop as athletes.
Climbing in the Night Participants climb the traverse wall while blindfolded.
Activities that Combine Climbing and Classroom Learning
Activities that combine climbing and classroom learning, or Cross-Curricular Climbing Activities, bring extra excitement to academic lessons. These climbing activities are ideal for schools and are a great way to reinforce what’s going on in the classroom. Studies are showing that physical activity improves focus, concentration, behavior and learning outcomes, so let’s get students climbing the walls.