As rock climbing becomes one of the fastest growing sports in the world, Team Aiguille is designed to not only compete on all levels of climbing, but also to promote respect for other competitors and boost your child’s self-confidence. Team Aiguille is suitable for young climbers who are just being introduced to the sport, as well as the competitively driven climber.
While rock climbing is fun and exciting, Team Aiguille works hard to increase strength, perfect technique and build character through different drills and regimens.
If you are interested in joining Team Aiguille you are allowed to join up to two team practices, with the purchase of a day pass and rental, to try it out. Your first practice must be during one of the non-competition Saturday morning practices so the coaching staff is able to give you and your child deserved attention and introduce you to the practice format.
Team Aiguille bases their schedule on two different climbing seasons: Our fall season, starting in September, is our Bouldering Season which features only bouldering (climbing short routes without a rope). Spring season begins in January and is our Sport Climbing Season which includes top-rope and lead climbing. The levels of competition occur in the following order: Local, Regional, Divisional, National and World.
USA Climbing is the national governing body of competition climbing in the United States whose mission is to ensure the success and growth of the sport of climbing.
The Student membership begins at $50.00 a Month
$75 a month with your child's gym membership
One time $50.00 fee each yearly season for your 2 Team Shirts and Jacket
USAC Dues - $95.00 for the season, paid directly to USA Climbing (in order to continue to the Divisional and National competition level, you must be a USAC Competitor Member. Otherwise competitors must pay an additional $10.00 at any USAC competition. To register visit www.usaclimbing.org. Competition Fees range between $25.00-$50.00 per local competition, and $50.00-$90.00 for regional and divisional competitions.
Brett is Team Manager and a father of his own two climbers at Aiguille. As coaches throughout his life inspired him, Brett wanted to produce better and stronger climbers and prepare his kids with important life lessons, such as overcoming adversity and achieving goals. Brett enjoys challenging himself and enjoying the community of climbers both outdoors and at Aiguille.