Wake up, have a relaxing breakfast, coffee in local bakery. We will meet up at 10am to discuss the plan for the day so make sure you are ready to go!8 - 10am
All aboard! We pack into the van and head off to the crag.
Jump on some warm up climbs and start getting your body moving. Look up for some challenges for the day and figure out the beta. Of course there is always time for some cool coaching.11am - 2pm
Lunchtime! Pull out your packed lunch and relax with great views. This is also a good time to snap some photos.
Back to climbing. Using what you learned in the morning, and our individualized coaching, start nailing the projects down.2.30 - 8pm
Time to relax with a well-earned beer from one of the local climbing bars. We will re-group, discuss the highlights from the day and what the focus will be tomorrow.
Pour yourself some wine/beer and get something to eat. Who knows where the night will lead…9pm
There are no rules but most of us will be in bad this time!
There is a basic shared accommodation organized by Rockbusters (15€ - 25€ a night). Our main goal is to integrate you into the local climbing communities and for these purposes we use local climbing hostels, cottages, campsites or places run by local climbers. Feel free to reach out to adjust these settings to your personal satisfaction.
In Labske Udoli, Frankenjura, Zillertal, Margalef and Rodellar we stay in hostels or campsites bungalows with bunk beds.
In Finale Ligure, Ceuse and Gorges du Tarn we stay in campsites with hot showers, wi-fi, restaurant, ..., we provide tents so you will need to bring sleeping bag and foampad.
Upon arrival we will take you to the store to shop for breakfast and lunch food for the week. Refrigerators are provided by the campsite, and we will return to the store once more during the week to replenish supplies.
Communal Spanish-inspired dinners prepared by a professional chef are offered every night for €15. They include entree, salad, dessert and wine. Dietary restrictions and allergies can be accommodated with advanced notice.
We may also decide to plan a night out at a restaurant in one of the many nearby towns.
We provide all the gear, but you will need to bring your own reasonably tight climbing shoes and harness. We have belay devices, slings, and helmets, but you might prefer to bring your own. We strongly suggest bringing a down jacket, a hat, a rain jacket, a pair of comfortable approach shoes, head lamp, sleeping bag, and a backpack big enough for carrying lunch and gear to the crag.
- Individualized coaching
- Climbing safety equipment & gear
- Airport pick up and drop off are organized by shared rental cars FREE of CHARGE
- Transportation between crags FREE of CHARGE
- Accommmodation (basic shared accommodation will be organized, 15€ - 25€ a night)
- Transportation to Spain
- Travel & climbing insurance
- Food & drinks (group dinner can be purchased for €15 per meal)