Training a Growth Mindset
Let children experience success through rock climbing
Chase your dream. Start with mental training

Build confidence.Start with a high five

Self-confidence is the key to success. Every child is unique. We will set personal goals for children, so that children can build self-confidence through the process of completing their goals.

Grasp the dream and climb out of the future

Climbing is a natural skill! JUST CLIMB is committed to cultivating the younger generation, making climbing a lifelong interest and a driving force for positive energy!

The benefits of climbing

Physical Improvement

Exercise muscles | Balance left and right brain development | Enhance flexibility and vestibular balance

Mentality Improvement

Develop a sense of achievement and self-confidence | Build independent problem-solving skills and train discipline

Skill Improvement

Training and Refinement of Rock Climbing | Analyzing and Planning Climbing Routes

Knowledge Improvement

Learn climbing slogans and knowledge | Learn about rock climbing equipment and the use of knots

Try Climb

Climbing is so terrifying? So difficult? Have you never tried it?

The Try Climb can let children experience the fun of rock climbing, and parents can directly understand from it
During formal class time, the coach can understand the children’s status and abilities in the class through the form and content of the class.

Instructor explaine basic climbing knowledge > Children experience rock climbing > After class summary with parents

$280/class 50 minutes


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Every child is a natural climber!


The children’s climbing course is divided into 8 levels, which are developed by professional athletes. During the climbing process, students can exercise their thinking, judgment, and concentration skills, and enhance their confidence and independent problem-solving abilities, enabling them to face various challenges bravely. At the same time, trust among peers is strengthened in class, and team spirit is cultivated.

Six Core Values of Climbing

1. Train Growth Mindset

The process of rock climbing can teach children that facing challenges and experiencing failure is an indispensable part of success.
Build a growth mindset

4. Learn Risk Management

The risks of rock climbing include assessing the chances of completing all movements, avoid injury when falling, and reduces the number of attempts to climb each routes.

2. Train Independent and Critical Thinking

During the climb, children need to make decisions by themselves.
They need to understand themselves, try different route settings, and find a way which is the most suitable for them to climb.

5. Learn to Communicate Positively

During the climb, children need to make decisions by themselves.
They need to understand themselves, try different route settings, and find a way which is the most suitable for them to climb.

3. Comprehensive Physical Training

Climbing requires not only strength and flexibility, but also coordinated movement of the hands, eyes, feet, and body. Therefore, in addition to training large and small muscles, you will also train your body coordination and balance.

6. Accumulate Successful Experience

Experience success is an important element for children’s growth, and it is also an important process for building self-confidence.


What is NICAS ?

NICAS’s full name is The National Indoor Climbing Award Scheme。

It is a climbing certificate course originating from the UK, accredited throughout the UK. The program aims to promote the development of climbing sports and hopes to certify personal climbing achievements through formal courses.

The main purpose of the NICAS course design is to teach climbing skills and safety knowledge to children aged 7 and above in a progressive manner, and to cultivate students to become professional climbers through different levels of climbing training.

Program goal: “Cultivating climbers through high-quality coaching.”

NICAS' Curriculum Core

The two core award schemes for age 7+ are NICAS Climbing and NICAS Bouldering

The NICAS Climbing scheme involves climbing with ropes and harnesses. It is usually done by two people, a climber, and one is holding the rope and keep climbers safe (the belayer). Protecting technique is a key part of NICAS.


NICAS “bouldering” – a climbing form that is typically done on small rocks or indoor walls. The height of bouldering climbs is lower than that of rope climbing. “Boulderers” are able to climb down or jump off the wall on their own (thus not requiring ropes and safety harnesses).


NICAS Climbing and NICAS Bouldering each have five progressive levels of award for complete novices to expert climbers. The scheme is split into two parts and takes a minimum of 80 hours to complete Levels 1 to 4 and an additional year to complete Level 5. Part one contains Levels 1 to 3 and part two contains Levels 4 and 5.

It takes about 2 – 3 months of training to complete the Level 1 courses, and about 6 months of training for Level 2 and Level 3 respectively.

When you register with an Accredited Centre you receive a logbook for Levels 1-3. Later you will be offered a booklet for Levels 4 & 5.

JUST CLIMB student will be awarded with a certificate as you pass each level.


Climbing Skills

To develop climbing skills and improve abilities

Usetage of Equipment

Learn how to use equipment appropriately

Risk Management Skills

Develop risk assessment and risk management skills form Bouldering.

Solid foundation

Laying a solid foundation for the development and challenges of more professional training in the future.

Formal Training

Provide a formal training for development, motivation and skills improvement

Develop Understanding

Develop an understanding of bouldering, its history and future challenges


Team Work

Learn collaboration, increase communication and trust other boulderers

Personal Achievement

Recording personal achievement

If you want your kids to obtain a unique professional qualification! Book our TryClimb class now and get ready to be the first NICAS Bouldering certificate owner in Hong Kong!