Climbing develops connection and learning abilities. It is the union between body and mind in a natural scenario. It helps us face our most profound fears, learn to trust in others and know more about ourselves, all in the process of climbing. And all this in perfect safety.
It is an activity where participants go up, down or across natural rock formations, using hands, feet or any part of the body to go across a vertical terrain break and reach their objective. One may say that climbing is a form of freedom.
It has as aim reaching the top of a mountain or a rock face.
Level I climbing is appropriate for all those wishing to learn to climb. It is practised on a rock wall with different means.
Level II climbing is a physically more demanding type of climbing, sought by those wishing to challenge themselves.