In our Lead Climbing Course, you will learn how to climb on lead, including cleaning a route, stick clipping, quickdraw anatomy, belay techniques, and other important safety concerns for lead climbing. Our experienced lead guides will make sure you are prepared to climb lead safely, preparing you for more difficult grades and leading your own climbs.
Advanced Rock Climbing Class
If you have some climbing experience and are ready to take your climbing skills to the next level, our advanced rock climbing classes are for you! We have several advanced climbing courses available, so you can select the option that most appeals to your skills and interests. Read on to learn more about the ways you can level up your climbing with Rock About Climbing Adventures.
In our traditional climbing course, we teach techniques from the American Mountain Guides Association. These techniques include passive and active gear placement, knots and hitches used in climbing, how to lead a traditional climbing tour, rappelling, and more. We also offer an optional second day, where you’ll learn more about anchor construction, gear placement, and crack climbing.
If you ever look longingly at higher altitudes, our multi-pitch climbing course is for you. Our rock guides will instruct you in everything you need to know to safely complete multi-pitch climbing courses, including rope management, belaying from above, belay transitions, climbing to rappel transitions, and multipitch rappelling.
The lakes of central Texas offer some amazing climbing opportunities, and at Rock-About Climbing Adventures we are proud to offer the only guided boat climbing tour in America. These tours are actually great for everything from beginner to advanced climbers, as you can climb as high as you like, then jump back into the water.
El Potrero Chico, located just over the border in Northern Mexico, is one of the biggest climbing destinations in the world. With more than 140 multipitch climbing routes, there are plenty of options to choose from here! Our guides have been climbing here for decades, so you can trust that you’re in the right hands when you want to learn how to climb some of the tallest limestone in North America.