At our climbing gym based in the Melbourne suburb of Coburg North, we believe that climbing is a sport for everyone, regardless of age. That's why we offer a Youth Squad training program for children aged from twelve to seventeen years of age, designed to help them improve their climbing skills in a fun, safe and supportive environment.
Our experienced coaches work with each child to identify their strengths and weaknesses, and tailor the training program to meet their individual needs. The program includes a range of exercises and drills designed to improve technique, endurance, and strength, as well as opportunities for the children to practice their skills on a variety of climbing walls and routes.
With our Youth Squad program, children can develop a love for climbing, build confidence, and make new friends.
Youth Squad - Bouldering & Indoor Rock Climbing Melbourne
Junior bouldering / rock climbing Melbourne, Coburg, Brunswick
Via direct debit.
Casual sessions are available for $40 per session (contact us for availability).
Every week you get two coached sessions.
You also receive unlimited access to The Crux outside of classes.
The Youth Squad program includes free climbing shoe hire.
Our Youth Squad is a place where aspiring young climbers can improve their skills in a fun, structured and inclusive environment!
Our Youth Squad includes two classes per week, in which climbers will learn technique, training methods and prepare for competitions with our highly experienced coaches.
If you would like to secure your place in the Youth Squad or learn more, head over to our contact page, complete the form and register your interest.
We accept registrations throughout the school term! No need to wait.
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