Competitive Team

This is our most elite team, geared towards preparing climbers for the USA Climbing competitive seasons. We have an expert team of coaches that run weekly practices, as well as attend all required competitions. We meet four days a week: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 4:30pm-7:30pm and Saturday 9am-12pm. All climbers are expected to attend weekly practices as well as compete in local and regional competitions.


Very empowering experience for kids – you can see it in their faces.
— Competitive Team Parent

Although we have practice four days a week, we don’t plan on having high intensity workouts every day. The coaching team will make strategic choices on when to push climbers and when to allow for active resting and more relaxed practices. Although everyone is encouraged to be at every practice, we understand that committing four days every week can be challenging. Practice will be structured so that if you must miss occasionally, you are encouraged to miss Monday or Saturday practices. We will have full coaching staff on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and a leaner team on Mondays and Saturdays.  We will plan our agenda assuming everyone will be there Tuesday and Thursday.

2018 Regionals at PeakRVA

2018 Regionals at PeakRVA



Ages: 8-18

Who: Climbers interested in competing nationally

When: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday 4:30-7:30 pm
           Saturdays 9 am-12 pm

Where: Bouldering Season (Sept-Feb) @ Peak Richmond
Sport Season (Feb-June) will split practices between Peak Midlothian & Peak Richmond

Season: September - June

Cost: $225/month

If you have any other questions please contact head coach Jacob Johnson.

Program Includes:

  • Full Membership Benefits

  • Practice is held 4 times a week

  • Belay Certification (even if you are under 13)

  • Lead Climb Certification when necessary for competition

  • Indoor High Ropes Course event

  • Local and Regional Competitions

*You must attend tryouts to be accepted onto the Competitive Team. We host tryouts in the beginning of September for the Bouldering season, and the beginning of February for the Sport/Speed season. Tryouts will allow the coaches to evaluate the climber’s ability to follow directions, push themselves, and their raw climbing talent.