The Waimea Climbing Team is a youth competitive climbing team, for ages 6 – 17 years.
Classes take place in Boston Rock Gym until the end of January 2019.
Starting in February 2019, Waimea Climbing Team classes take place MetroRock in Everett.
|Boston Rock Gym
|Monday||7PM – 9PM||7PM – 9PM|
|Wednesday||7PM – 9PM||7PM – 9PM|
|Friday (Optional)||5PM – 7PM||5PM – 7PM|
$200/Month at Boston Rock Gym (Until 1/31/2019)
$140/Month at Metrorock
The prices listed above do not include a membership to Metrorock ($75/month), which has to be purchased separately through the gym and is required to participate.
We ask that you pay by check within the first week of every month. Price based attendance of one class per week.
These prices are not dependent on absence from class. If your child has missed a class, we have make-up classes available. If you would like to schedule a make-up class, please send an email request to email@example.com.
The Waimea Climbing Team is a youth Climbing team, which has a successful history of achievements. Founded in 2001, our team is the oldest in the region was created in 2001 and has developed many great traditions.
Our younger competitors participate in a separate class, called Waimea Junior and compete with the team during competition season. We climb not only indoors, but outdoors as well.
Our team members take part in the USA Climbing competitions, and often have excellent results. Six students of the Team became USA National champions in all three disciplines: sport climbing, speed and bouldering.
The team ages range from 6 to 17 years old. We have a very supportive group of team parents on our side as well.
Our primary goal is to create a cooperative group of teammates, who enjoy climbing together. Also, we want to teach and practice a variety of climbing techniques that are necessary for great performance at competitions. In order to achieve these goals, we practice twice a week for about 2 hors per practice. We do stretching, conditioning, bouldering, endurance training, technical, speed, and lead climbing.