Sport Climbing Introduction Course in Mallorca

Get started in sport climbing in Mallorca

The Introduction level climbing courses are intended for anyone who has never practiced climbing or who doesn’t know the necessary techniques to carry out the activity safely. The courses are intended for participants aged 13 and over. For younger people, we recommend a family climbing baptism.

The initiation course consists of three days of approximately 5 hours of activity/day. Interested people can choose the course they want to start with, based on their previous experience (Introduction 1, 2 or 3). You can do only one day of the course, or you can do the full 3-day course.

Once the Initiation III course has been completed, the participants will have the necessary tools to practice climbing independently.

Introduction I

A course designed for people who want to learn rock climbing. During the session we will practice the basic maneuvers of sport climbing, safety means and basic progression technique with the rope from above (Top rope).

In addition to knowing the different climbing modalities, we will know and use the basic material, and each participant will be tested with routes of different levels. Future climbers will be the protagonists of the session and we will practice a climbing day in which the instructor will verify that the maneuvers are done correctly and safely. In addition, we will know some of the areas to practice climbing in Mallorca, always minimizing the environmental impact.

We will agree on a meeting point, depending on the time of year, the number and level of the participants and the weather conditions (Palma, Pollença, Alcúdia Manacor, Escorca…).


  • Know the sport of climbing, its different modalities and possibilities in Mallorca.
  • Know and use the basic material of sport climbing.
  • Learn to make and use the most used safety knots.
  • Insure using different insurers: Gri-Gri, Reverso and dynamic knot.
  • Climb in “top rope” mode a minimum of three climbing routes each.
  • Learn and belay a climber correctly in at least three climbing routes.
  • Abseiling safely using proper technique.
  • Know our initial level to choose the best routes for each climber.
Introduction II

A course designed for climbers who know the contents of the previous course or have completed the Introduction I course. We will review all the contents taught in the previous level, practicing them throughout the session.

In this session, we will climb more autonomously, we will have to string ourselves in pairs using the correct equipment and maneuvers to practice climbing safely, and the climbing instructor will check, at all times, that the safety protocols are met.
We will review the climbing technique in Top Rope and we will begin to climb first in the rope with additional means of security, emphasizing the clipping, progression and belaying techniques with rope below.
The participants will start the correct end-of-route maneuvers without carabiners at the belay station and make a fortune rappel at midway.

The course will take place in an area other than the Initiation I course.


  • Review the contents of the Initiation I climbing course.
  • Apply the lead climbing with additional means of safety.
  • Learn the correct maneuver to go off-hook when we find a belay station with a ring.
Introduction III

A course designed for climbers who have already practiced the contents of the Introduction II course or have completed the second course. We will review all the contents taught in the previous course and we will put them into practice throughout the session. The participants will already climb autonomously, we will select the climbing route according to the level of each one, we will have to string in pairs using the correct material and the safety protocols learned.

We will review the lead climbing technique and climb using this technique, emphasizing the techniques of clipping, belaying and falling. We will practice the climbing fall first with the correct dynamic fall blocking technique. We will assume the correct end-of-route maneuvers with ring at the belay station and rappel down from it.

The Introduction III course takes place in an area that the participants have not visited and different from the previous courses.


  • Review the contents of the Initiation II climbing course.
  • Apply the lead climbing.
  • Finish the route with ring at the belay station using the correct technique.
  • Select the correct routes based on the degree of difficulty previously achieved.
  • Secure falls safely.
  • Do falls safely.

Participants who successfully complete this block will have acquired the necessary knowledge to climb independently and without the help of an instructor. With the completion of the third course of the first level (Introduction), if we wish, we can obtain a participation certificate from the company with the corresponding recognition of the training hours.

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