Birthday & Climbing Parties
After School Clubs
Austin Bouldering Project After School Clubs are held by semester. The fall semester runs from September-November and the Spring semester runs from January-May.
Fall 2019*Clubs will not be meeting the week of Thanksgiving November 25th-29th.
- Tuesdays 4:30-5:30pm
- Fridays 4:00-5:00pm
- Members $60/month
- Non-members $70/month
Mini-Mountaineers is designed for 4-6 year olds focusing on being active, having fun and promoting a love for climbing from an early age. ABP instructors provide a supportive environment where each participant will explore the world of bouldering through exciting climbing games and basic instruction. Small class sizes ensure constant guidance and encouragement as these little ones prepare for a future in climbing and tackling new adventures.
Choose from either the Tuesday or Friday class.
- Mondays 4:00-5:30pm
- Wednesdays 4:00-5:30pm
- Thursdays 4:30-6:00pm
- Members $70/month
- Non-members $80/month
Dyno-saurs is perfect for 7-9 year olds offering a fun, inventive and supportive atmosphere where kids will explore climbing movement and fundamentals. ABP instructors lead young boulderers in developing confidence, focus, and social skills through age appropriate climbing activities. Dyno-saurs focuses on group encouragement and support in an active environment.
Choose from either the Monday, Wednesday or Thursday class.
- Wednesdays 4:30-6:30pm
- Members $90/month
- Non-members $100/month
Bombers is geared toward 10-12 year olds, the budding young climber seeking more climbing experience. Challenging but not overwhelming, ABP instructors guide games and challenges tailored to unique strengths and abilities to ensure positive climbing experiences for all. With more structured lessons and two hours of climbing per week, the Bombers program promotes technique, strength, and balance through engaging group and individual activities.
- Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:00-7:00pm
- Members $140/month
- Non-members $150/month
Crushers is designed for 13-17 year olds to develop and progress as climbers and provide an opportunity for physical challenge and improvement. ABP instructors focus on the individual needs of each climber while building a supportive group atmosphere. In addition to technical climbing instruction twice a week, climbers will learn the basics of weight training and the importance of fitness.
- Series Runs Sundays 03.03, 03.10, 03.17, 03.24
- 10:00 – 10:45 AM
- Classes are held in the Yoga Studio
- Parents/Caregivers & Children Ages 4-9
Family Yoga strengthens the bond between you and your child through play! In this class series you will explore partner poses, breathing practices, silly chants and yoga games that you can practice together. Utilizing mindfulness techniques, both you and your child will cultivate mind-body awareness, emotional intelligence and self regulation. This inspirational and imaginative class series is recommended for parents and/or caregivers and their children ages 4-9 years. Sign up at the front desk or online. Classes are limited to 20 participants. Please plan on maintaining a one adult to two children ratio. Free for members and guests.
- Every Wednesday
- Ages 0-4 years
Toddler Time is a great shared experience for child and parent! A time for your little ones to discover the joy of climbing, under the supervision of their parents, and without interference from the big kids. ABP staff will be close by to get out toys, swing on the rope and help out the mini-climbers.
Toddler Time will be taking a brief hiatus for the summer. There will be no Toddler Time beginning on June 5th. Regular programming will resume on August 22nd.
This is a drop-in program. Parent supervision required at all times.
Skip the babysitter and still have a night out! ABP’s Parents’ Night Out lets you enjoy adult time to yourselves or maybe some climbing without the little ones around. Meanwhile, your kids experience a fun filled night away from their parents. Every night’s activities are a little different but we’ll always play climbing games and watch a movie.
- Two Friday’s Every Month (be on the lookout for exact dates)
- Ages 5-12
- $12 per child
- Climbing shoes included
- Dates: Friday, July 12th or Friday, July 26th
- Movie: Lilo and Stitch
- Dinner will not be provided, but you’re welcome to bring in any food or drink
- Registration opens two weeks before the next PNO
Bouldering is super fun. And kids are naturals at it. But rock climbing is dangerous and has many risks. Highly-attentive adult supervision is crucial for the safety of youth and others.
ANY YOUTH (YOUNGER THAN 14) MUST BE ACTIVELY SUPERVISED BY THE ADULT WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THEM DURING THEIR VISIT TO THE GYM. DIRECT SUPERVISION IS REQUIRED OVER YOUTH DURING THE ENTIRETY OF THEIR VISIT. ADULTS CANNOT SUPERVISE MORE THAN 2 YOUTH AT A TIME IN THE ADULT CLIMBING AREA. IN THE YOUTH SECTIONS OF THE GYM AN ADULT MAY SUPERVISE UP TO 3 YOUTH AT A TIME.
Before climbing, all participants under 18 must have a waiver signed only by a parent or legal guardian.
Unchaperoned drop-offs are not permitted. Youth must be actively supervised by their responsible adult at all times.
No jumping off structures.
No running, rough-housing, horseplay or acrobatics (flips, cartwheels, handstands, etc.).
Indoor voices. No yelling.
Fitness equipment may only be used by people 14 and over. No playing allowed on fitness equipment.
Never stand, sit, or walk in an area where another climber could fall. Always look at the climbing walls around you, especially when walking through the gym, to see where climbers are on the walls.
Never climb above, below, or near another climber. Please be considerate.
Never climb up the designated descents on the top-out structures.
Everyone at the Austin Bouldering Project must check in at the front desk at the beginning of every visit. If you have not checked in, you do not have permission to climb or use abp facilities.
Before beginning any fitness program or changing your physical activity patterns, you should always consult with your doctor or physician, particularly if you have been inactive, are overweight, or have or suspect any sort of medical condition that might be worsened by exercise.