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30. You can do it all year round and until you’re old
29. It promotes trust
28. It’s super sociable
27. You see the world from a different perspective
26. You go to amazing places
25. Builds and boosts confidence
24. Problem solving
23. Promotes ambition and personal challenge
22. Meditative effects
21. It focuses the mind
20. It has low impact on your body
19. Improved stamina and endurance
18. A full body workout
17. Challenge yourself
16. Conquers fears
15. Breathtaking sights
14. Prevents chronic disease
13. Reduces stress
12. Mental strength
11. Allows you to explore
10. Provides a sense of community
9. Helps with problem solving
8. Improves balance
7. Burns calories
6. Increases strength and grip
5. It Can Help Improve Coordination
4. It Combats Chronic Disease
3. It Challenges Your Cardiovascular System
2. It Improves Your Flexibility
1. It Strengthens Your Muscles While Being Low Impact
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Outdoor Rock Climbing in New Zealand is geologically diverse offering a wide variety of climbing styles on many rock types in stunning settings. Whether you want to clip bolts, wiggle in wires, slap slopers or punch it for a summit, there’s something here for you.
We focus on getting started with a range of outdoor climbing styles, including bouldering and top-rope climbing on real rock walls. At the end of this class, you will be able to belay, tie knots, climb better, be braver, asses risk and communicate the climbing lingo. How rad is that?
You will be the apprentice learning fundamentals of rock climbing and take away introductory skills to independently enjoy this highly rewarding sport.
No matter if you have never climbed before or just a couple of times at clip n climb, we take you to discover the tricks and tips toward more ways of climbing! No previous climbing experience is necessary, but preferred along with curiosity if we explore the promontories. Make your commencement in a newfound sport. This is a great opportunity to introduce you to the love of climbing. All levels are welcome and qualified instruction is given.
As an introduction to Rock Climbing in New Zealand, fundamental principles and techniques of beginner rock climbing movement and footwork are introduced. You will gain confidence in your skills, exposure to heights and trusting the rope. You will get more comfortable handling the ropes in the principles of movement and belaying.
Perhaps you are an indoor climbing gym rookie that wants to connect deeper with oneself and transcend natures intricacies without following the green holds and obsessive grades? Then take this path to good climbs and good times. The perfect admission for any fitness level and getting started.
The focus of this initiation programme is learning skills to safely enjoy climbing on outdoor cliffs. On this course you will learn the most current climbing techniques and protocols. Never belayed with anything other than a Petzl GriGri? Let us show you, the cadet, an air traffic controller (ATC) and other belay devices…
Some classic must-climb Outdoor Rock Climbing crags in New Zealand include: Ti Point, Maungarei Springs (Stonefields), Stoney Batter (Waiheke Island), Te Ananui, Wharepapa South (Wapari/Froggatt Edge, Waipapa, Castle Rock), Waitomo (Airstrip), Mangorewa, Kinloch, Kawakawa bay, Mangatepopo Valley, White Falls, Blowhard Bush, Baring Head, Turakirae Head … currently there are over 12,000 recorded routes and counting!
We know the best walls to go near you, whatever your comfort level. So, whether you’re a newcomer climbing for the first time or the five hundredth time, chalk up your hands on the perfect outdoor rock climbing classes for beginners and for every style and comfort level.
Learn the basics of this exciting sport. Ideal for novice to climbers or travellers wanting to see more of New Zealand’s sites or a seasoned veteran wanting to introduce friends and family to the sport but doesn’t have all the gear, then this is for you. We have packages, private groups and more!
Rock climbing with Social Nature Movement means quality instruction, guiding and climbing. We have a huge variety of sport climbing available, we start with the basics and progress you through all the essential skills. Rock Climbing is available for corporate team building programs, private courses and school groups.
Perhaps you are alone or a sole traveler? You may even just want to switch the brain off and climb while being guided around crags and climbs without wasting time? Let us know, we can help! Push yourself mentally and physically or take your climbing skills to the next level. Learn anything in the rock climbing world from bouldering, top-roping, lead/sport-climbing, multi-pitch or trad climbing with our passionate instructors.
Learning the basics of rock climbing and movement techniques, you will be exposed to fundamental bouldering movements, then progress on to top-rope climbing and eventually lead climbing with basic transitions and abseiling to come down safely and retrieve your gear. Perfect for anyone wanting to get into sport climbing outdoors and be a proficient climber.
Rock climbing outdoors is a fast-growing recreational adventure known also as sport climbing, and for us it’s a passion! Even better, climbing outdoors is great! The thrill of our rock climbing experiences stretch your abilities (for the better) as you top-rope climb ancient cliffs! With amazing outdoor sport climbing views of the countryside, boulder valleys, and the extinct volcanoes of Auckland, it’s an awe-inspiring adventure. Your fully qualified and experienced guide(s) teach you the safest form of climbing there is and impart knowledge and skills necessary to participate and ultimately at some point go out there yourself.