The GenevaRocks association offers indoor and outdoor climbing courses and private lessons for all levels and ages, in Geneva and elsewhere. It is a member of Genève Montagne.

While respecting everyone’s pace, the transmission of technical and safety knowledge is at the heart of GenevaRocks’ activity in order to allow participants to gain autonomy and be aware of their abilities and responsibilities. The association encourages encounters between people of different origins and languages, family climbing, as well as the respect and protection of nature.

To become a member, please write to info@genevarocks.ch. Members benefit from reduced course prices, the possibility to influence GenevaRocks’ development, a library with regional guidebooks and special activities which are reserved for members.

The GenevaRocks association offers indoor and outdoor climbing courses and private lessons for all levels and ages, in Geneva and elsewhere. It is a member of Genève Montagne.

While respecting everyone’s pace, the transmission of technical and safety knowledge is at the heart of GenevaRocks’ activity in order to allow participants to gain autonomy and be aware of their abilities and responsibilities. The association encourages encounters between people of different origins and languages, family climbing, as well as the respect and protection of nature.

To become a member, please write to info@genevarocks.ch. Members benefit from reduced course prices, the possibility to influence GenevaRocks’ development, a library with regional guidebooks and special activities which are reserved for members.

Registrations for the Basic Course are open!

To join the Basic Course, please read the information here and register here (specifying which time(s) you would be available) to receive more details. 

Films and readings for rainy days

Check out the practical information page! You will find films, tips and more. To check whether your knowledge with regards to security in climbing is up-to-date, take a look at the “Grimper en sécurité” manual (in French) and at the Petzl’s tech tips and their belay better campaign. 

 

Enjoy the summer outdoors!

24 July: Rock Climbing Day (all levels)

25 July: Family Climbing Day

14-15 August Multi-Pitch I (intermediate)

21 August: Rock Climbing Day (all levels)

4 September: Rock Climbing Day (all levels)

18-19 September: Weekend in Gruyères (intermediate)

Registrations for the Basic Course are open!

To join the Basic Course, please read the information here and register here (specifying which time(s) you would be available) to receive more details. 

Enjoy the summer outdoors!

24 July: Rock Climbing Day (all levels)

25 July: Family Climbing Day

14-15 August Multi-Pitch I (intermediate)

21 August: Rock Climbing Day (all levels)

4 September: Rock Climbing Day (all levels)

18-19 September: Weekend in Gruyères (intermediate)

Films and readings for rainy days

Check out the practical information page! You will find films, tips and more.

To check whether your knowledge with regards to security in climbing is up-to-date, take a look at the “Grimper en sécurité” manual (in French) and at the Petzl’s tech tips and their belay better campaign.