Climbers has been established for over ten years. We offer a wide
range of courses to meet all levels of climbing ability. It doesn't
matter how old or young, unfit or uncoordinated, our instructors will
find something you'll enjoy climbing.
If you are looking for one on one tuition or coaching, you can hire a private guide.
We offer three standard courses (see below). These
courses are geared for complete beginners and intermediate climbers.
If you are interested in doing something else, or wish to extend
a course, then we will be more then happy to accommodate you.
Hotel pick up from the
Krabi/ Ao Nang area can be arranged for 200 Baht per person.
Three Day Climbing Courses:
- Self rescue, and rope technique
- Top rope climbing
- Lead climbing
- Multi-pitch climbing
- Copy of our course
- Certificate and
- Lunch and water
- Cost: 6 500 Baht for one person
- Discounts for larger groups
One Day Courses: - Top rope climbing at two locations on Railay Beach
- Safety Instruction
- Rappelling/ Abseiling
- Lunch and water
- Cost: 2000 Baht
Half Day Courses: - Top rope climbing
in paradise! (an introduction to climbing for the beginner)
- Basic safety instruction
- Fruit and water
- Cost: 1200 Baht
Book your rock climbing course
you wish to make a booking please fill out the form below.
We will process the booking and confirm the dates via e-mail. This takes
approximately three days. If the dates you have selected are unavailable
we will e-mail the closest possible available vacancies.
Courses start at 9am or 2pm on Railay beach. Pickup times for the courses are 8am/ 1pm for Aonang, or 7:30am/ 12:30pm for Krabi and Klong Mong
The courses include our guide and all equipment and insurance. The
only thing you need to bring is your camera! We keep our guide to
student at one guide with no more than four students ensuring high
For those who are not familiar with climbing
here is a brief explanation of some of the terms used to describe
Top rope climbing This
is the way you will start out climbing. Your instructor will first
climb to the top of the route and loop the rope through a fixed
anchor. Once back on the ground you will be attached to one end
of the rope which runs through the anchor at the top of the climb
and back down to the instructor. A belay device is a fail-safe device
which lets the instructor keep your rope tight. While you climb
the instructor tightens the rope, keeping it firm so that if you
slip you are safe, or if you get tired you can let go and be suspended
in your harness in complete safety.
This is a great way to learn which leaves
you plenty of time and energy to concentrate on climbing or to simply
enjoy the view.
Lead climbing We
only teach lead climbing on our three day courses. Lead climbing
means that the student has to climb up with the rope clipping it
into carabiners as they go. This allows the student to feel the
thrill of all aspects of the sport as well as giving the confidence
to be able to go out and climb with friends after the course.
In Thailand all leading is done on stainless
steel bolts that have been drilled into the rock. The lead climber
on ascending the route clips onto the bolts and clips the rope through
quick draws. This is the safest and easiest way to lead a climb.
Due to the nature of limestone rock all routes are bolted and therefore
we are unable to offer any courses on natural protection climbing.
also known as abseiling, is a means by which climbers lower themselves
off the rock. Climbers put the rope through a belay device attached
to their harness. They then slide down the rope using the belay
device to control the speed of their descent. This not only makes
for good pictures but is great fun!
Safety We have never had an accident on one of our courses, and we'd
like to keep it that way. However this doesn't mean we aren't prepared.
All of our instructors are trained in first aid and emergency andwe provide insurance for the duration of our courses.
To book a course please select the booking
forms option from the menu. If you have any questions or problems
please don't hesitate to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org