Youth Climbing Classes

The Factory’s climbing classes provide a non-competitive space to develop technique, safety skills, and a love for climbing. Our classes are designed to help young climbers progressively become better athletes through structured curriculums that focus on team-building, technique, strength building, and problem-solving!

Tiny Reachers

Ages: 2.5-4

This class is a perfect intro for our youngest climbers to learn the basics of movement and problem solving through games and activities. Through focused lessons, we challenge your child to develop their physical and mental muscles and explore new possibilities. Parent or guardian participation is required unless approved by the instructor.

Times:

Saturday: 9:00am-9:45am
Sunday: 10:30am-11:15am

Price:

1 Class/Week
$79
2 Classes/Week
$149
1 Class/Week2 Classes/Week
$79$149

Ready Reachers

Ages: 4-8

This class is the next step up from Tiny Reachers and structured to progressively improve upon what we learned, as well as begin to develop as movers on the wall. In this class, we focus on problem-solving, listening, and working towards goals. Our Ready Reachers will be able to explore our full facility with the guidance of our coaches and discover more about climbing.

Times:

Saturday: 10:00am-11:00am
Sunday: 11:30am-12:30pm

Price:

1 Class/Week
$95
2 Classes/Week
$175
1 Class/Week2 Classes/Week
$95$175

Super Reachers

Ages: 8-12

This class is aimed at capitalizing on all major concepts of movement and problem-solving in an encouraging atmosphere.  This class consists of climbers of any basic ability level who want to take their climbing to the next level, enjoy climbing-related games, or just want to climb alongside their teammates! Our coaches will work with and train children interested in moving up to our teams or those climbers who just want to learn more and have fun!

Times:

Wednesday: 5:30pm-7:00pm
Saturday: 11:00am-12:30pm
Sunday: 9:00am-10:30am

Price:

1 Class/Week
$95
2 Classes/Week
$175
1 Class/Week2 Classes/Week
$95$175

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