Woman climbing: 2022-10-22 - 2022-10-29

Woman Only Climbing Course

22.10.2022 - 29.10.2022

  • Improve your climbing performance, technique & mental game

  • Climb the best routes in your grade of the area

  • Enjoy a great climbing community and vibe

  • Totally hustle free climbing holidays


Are you a motivated female climber ready to kick ass on rock but always somehow unconfident in the environment of too many strong, loud, and tough-looking guys? You can get wild and rock full gas in the group of same motivated women and make the first step to being even stronger, louder, and tougher!


Our women’s rock climbing course is designed to provide a comfortable, safe, and supportive environment for female climbers. This event, led by Rockbusters' experienced female climbers, guides, and coaches, takes place in a top sport climbing destination in Europe. Learn from some of the world’s best female climbers and coaches.


Cuenca is one of the best sport climbing areas in Spain but it is not very well known abroad. It is conveniently situated in central Spain, only two hours drive from Madrid, which makes it a favorite weekend destination for climbers from the capital. The climbing sectors are located around the medieval town of Cuenca, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The fortress is popular among tourists but it remains mostly quiet during the day. At night, the sleepy town comes to life.


Climbing course highlights:


  • Maximum quality and quantity of climbing.
  • 6 full days of intensive climbing with a female professional guide and coach
  • Individual approach to your needs and level
  • Maximum 7:1 client/coach ratio
  • Group courses for 5 to 15 participants
  • One-on-one coaching
  • Video analysis  


Physical & technical requirements:


  • Previous indoor climbing experience is needed, and outdoor sport climbing experience is recommended
  • Suitable ONLY for women or girls from 15 years
  • The course can be purchased by individuals or groups of friends
  • Physical intensity: medium/high 



Detailed technical specification of the climbing course:


  • Choosing the right necessary equipment for the best climbing experience while staying safe, how to treat and store it
  • Basic understanding of outdoor risks (so you can make it home safely every day)
  • Proper belaying  lead belaying techniques, catching falls dynamically
  • Setting up top-ropes
  • Lead climbing techniques (efficient clipping, cleaning anchors, …)
  • Cleaning the anchors - retrieve all your gear
  • How and when to use clipstick & other techniques to pre-clip first quickdraw
  • Climbing calls and communication - get your message
  • Movement skills - climb more efficiently
  • Perfect balance - support your center of gravity
  • Proper footwork - trust in your feet
  • Special climbing techniques (overhang techniques such as side-stepping, drop knee, flagging, heel hooking, kneebars, ...)
  • Redpoint and on-sight attempts so you can tackle new climbs more easily
  • Personalized coaching to break through mental barriers


Women can and do climb as hard as men. Possessing different strengths from men, as well as some physical characteristics, female climbers may require specific instructing and climbing betas. Our women-only climbing courses aim to prove that raw strength isn’t everything. Here women focus on discovering what their bodies are really capable of, and how far they can get with the use of precise footwork, increased flexibility, and good mind control. Eventually developing into a stronger climber.

Women of all ages and abilities are welcome and our dedicated coaches Petra, Juli, Marta, and others will be there to challenge you while ensuring you enjoy every step of the journey. This unique experience provides the opportunity to build relationships, connect and climb with other awesome women rock stars that love every minute they spend on the rock.




What’s included

  • Individualized coaching
  • Climbing safety equipment & gear
  • Local transport
  • Basic accommodation


  • Transportation to Spain
  • Travel & climbing insurance
  • Food & drinks (group dinner can be purchased for €15 per meal)
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Cuenca, Spain


reasonalby tight climbing shoes / harness / helmet / belay device / 2 screw gate carabiners / 60cm sling

We provide most of the gear, but you will need to bring your own climbing shoes and harness. We have belay devices, slings, and helmets, but you might prefer to bring your own you use to. We strongly suggest bringing a down jacket, a hat, a rain jacket, a pair of comfortable approach shoes, a headlamp, a sleeping bag, and a backpack big enough for carrying lunch and gear to the crag. 


Upon arrival, before you get to the place of your final destination you will need to stop in the store to shop for breakfast and lunch food for the week. Usually, there is equipped kitchen with a refrigerator in the place and close-by shops to replenish supplies.

There are plenty of restaurants and bars to have dinner. Communal dinners can be organized if required.

More info will be provided after booking/inquiring!


  • Shared accommodation in local climbing hostels, cottages, campsites, or places run by local climbers
  • Private pitch for your tent or camper van in the campsite if you prefer to stay bit isolated
  • Private room possible if required ahead (will be charged extra)
  • Camping Mascun, Rodellar CAMPINGMASCUN
  • LoRefugi, Cornudellar de Montsant LoRefugi
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