Climbing is a versatile hobby and it is easy to get involved in. People, and especially children are naturally inclined towards climbing. Climbing develops both body and mind, and doing sports in a group setting creates a sense of community and friendship.
Climbing is a very safe sport. There are always two instructors in each group. The group capacity reflects the age of the children. At ages under 10 years, we try to keep the group size under 10. With older children, the groups usually have 12-16 participants.
Our club offers guided climbing for children aged 5 to 17 years. At present, there are 16 training groups, training for 90 minute sessions from Monday to Thursday between 4 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. It is also possible to have 2-3 trainings per week.
The youngsters (aged 5-9) train on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to noon in 60 minute sessions. There is also a group for the younger ones on Wednesday.
In order to join our climbers please contact: katri(at)kiipeilyurheilijat.fi
Our club is invested in competitive sports. We offer an small group for individuals who are interested in climbing as a competitive sport. The group has a more individualized guidance in goal oriented training. For details, please contact Nora Isomäki (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Prospective climbers or their parents should contact email@example.com for consultation of group placement. Even though the training semesters begin in mid-August and in January, you can jump in and join us in the middle of the season. You only pay for the training that remains. The autumn season lasts from August until Christmas time, and the spring season lasts from January to end of May. There are in total 19 training sessions per season.
The price consists of a training fee and a club membership.
The sibling discount is 25% for the second child and 35% for the third child.
A participating child must also be a member of the club. Annual membership for the children 71€ for the year 2018. Through the membership, the child receives all membership benefits, including the insurance through the Finnish Climbing Association, and provided by OP Pohjola (deductible € 200 / per accident).