Get ready to move! Phnom Climb Community Gym offers an exciting After School Program. Our diverse range of indoor climbing activities, games and challenging trainings are designed to build climbing skills for young people of different ages and of all skill levels.
Contact us now to enroll!
By learning what it takes to be a successful rock climber, kids can reach new heights in all aspects of their lives and not just on the climbing wall.
The class will introduce students to the fun world of climbing through games and activities. Children will be learn basic climbing and safety skills while building confidence, strength, and balance. With a fun climbing guide, kids learn the basics of safety, how to follow routes and identify holds, how to use a harness, and how to tie a figure-8 knot. Our program is well-designed, varied, and playful. Classes are led by kid-friendly and fun expert climbers. They ensure safety and to instill a spirit of cooperation and teamwork among the students.
The climbing instructors will take the children out on an optional 1-day climbing trip during the program. (Cost of trip will be charged separately)
New Classes available soon! For more information and to sign up, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 017 897 105
Term August - December
4 months, 2 classes per week, each class 1 hour
Mini Monkeys (7-10 years old)
- Monday & Wednesday 4:30-5: 30 PM
Mountain Climbers (11-16 years old)
- Tuesday & Thursday 4:30-5: 30 PM
No classes: Khmer new year holidays
Benefits for the whole family!
Monthly pass and full-term pass include an unlimited climbing membership/climbing even outside classes with parental supervision.
Parents of climber kids who are holding a monthly pass or a full term pass earn up to two complementary belaying sessions upon request at the front desk*
My Daughter has been a loyal member of the Phnom Climb Community Gym since she first came to Cambodia – she really loves it.
Apart from being fun and great for fitness, it seems that each climbing route is like a puzzle for her, which improves her patience, planning and analysis. I can see that she is also learning to visualize her climb and spot tricky sections before reaching for the first hold. I think regular rock climbing with you has helped her develop concentration, determination and problem-solving skills. It has improved her hand/eye co-ordination too.
While on one level rock climbing is an individual pursuit, it also has a very social component – she goes to the club with one of her best friends and knows a lot of the other kids there now too.