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Climbing Perfection in Spain- May bank holiday 2017!

Climbing coaching (bouldering, sport and top rope), morning warm up yoga sesssions and¬†accommodation in a beautiful villa with pool and mountain views….

IMG_2953Next May bank holiday, Be Climbing presents to you the ultimate climbing experience in Spain ūüôā
A good friend of mine Nat Tanzer is a very tallented yoga instructor and owner of the beautiful Spanish villa, Casa Lomita. Together we are offering a bank holiday retreat that includes 3 days of climbing coaching (two half and two full days), post climbing yoga classes as your cool down and accommodation in the beautiful Casa Lometa.






  Friday 26th- Monday 29th May 2017

To make the most of the 4 days we ask you arrive in the early afternoon of the 26th and leave from the crag on the 29th after climbing.

Cost: £250 p/p






casa lometa


Location: Casa Lometa is a beautiful villa set on a terraced hillside above the village of Benidoleig in Spain.



The villa can sleep six people.

There are two double bedrooms and one twin, two bath
rooms, a spacious kitchen diner and lounge with balcony.

For more photos and info please see their website:





img_6398What’s on the agenda:

Friday 26th: meet at the first crag at 1pm (depending on your flight)

Saturday 27th: 9.00am – 10.00am yoga class, day climbing with lunch at the crag, 5pm back to the Villa to chill by the pool!

Sunday 28th: 9.00am Р10.00am yoga class, day climbing with lunch at the crag, 5pm back to the Villa to chill by the pool!

Monday 29th: climb at a crag, which will be on the way to the airport, for as long as we can before flights that evening


Who is it for: Beginner- Intermediate climbers.
From those able to belay and tie-in who just want to top rope up to those leading 7b.



Not included: flights, transfers (hire car recommended) and food. The villa has facilities to cook your meals and prepare packed lunches for the crag.


Portland day trip…

Enjoy a day out climbing in Portland this June and transfer your skills to the rock. Be Climbing is offering those that are primary stuck in the indoor climbing walls to get out on the rock and try the real thing!


Date: Sunday June 5th 2016

Where: Portland (

The exact climbing location will be decided closer to the time in relation to weather forecast

Cost: £45 p/p

What’s on the agenda:¬†10am- 5pm climbing; developing movement techniques and tactics on the rock whilst either top roping or leading (it is not a learn to lead course,¬†only competent leaders will be allowed to lead).

Who is it for: Beginner- Intermediate climbers.
From those able to belay and tie-in who just want to top rope up to those leading up to 7a.

Not including: transport, food


Traditional Rock Climbing in the Peak District- Summer 2016!


I am pleased to announce MIA rock master, Paolo, and I will be runnIMG_2374ing trad climbing trips in the Peak District again this summer. The weekends are designed for all ages and abilities from those wanting to just climb on rock for the first time to those advancing their trad leading skills. Paolo will be dangling from ropes providing 1:1 gear placement instruction and I will be on hand for technical advice and movement coaching.


IMG_2385Dates: 9th-10th July
3rd- 4th September

Location: Peak District

Cost: £90 per person

Accommodation: North Lees Campsite. Not essential you can B&B etc if you prefer but traditionally we all stay in the same campsite and enjoy an evening meal in the pub together on the Saturday night.

What’s on the agenda:¬†Two full days (9-5pm) of climbing including technical rope work and climbing movement workshops.

Who is it for: These weekends are suitable for all ability ranges, from beginners wishing to enjoy some easy top roped climbs to those wishing to advance their trad leading skills.

Not including: accommodation, food, transport

Fontainebleau Coaching April 2017

Be Climbing is heading back to Fontainebleau April 2017 to offer a 3 day coaching workshop in the beautiful forest of boulders south of Paris. The course is designed to help you move efficiently on rock in a fun and stunning environment, whilst developing more advanced techniques and understanding of movement in order to achieve your climbing goals.



Who’s it for?


This workshop is designed for a fairly competent boulderers looking to improve their grade and learn about more advanced movement on rock.


1st- 3rd April 2017

What it involves

Each day we will explore a new location in the forest using the incredibly diverse boulders themselves to facilitate the learning. I will guide this learning using specific routes to explore all areas of bouldering from footwork and balance on slabs to advanced techniques on steep to roof climbs.

The Cost

£120 per person

£220 per person if you wish to include a personalised 6 week training plan and a 1.5hr coaching session with me prior to the trip- email me to find out more if you are interested in this option. It is designed to help you prepare to make the most out of your trip and reach your goals when out there.
What’s Included

6:2 coaching from myself and partner Dan who is helping out keeping everyone safe and happy with spotting and top tips!

Boulder pads are included but the more the merrier if you have your own. Please bring your own climbing shoes and chalk. We will meet in the car park for each climbing location each morning and begin the day from there as a group.


Accommodation & Meals

We will be predominantly based in the Trois Pignons area near Milly-la-Foret. This beautiful village offers great camping facilities (, supermarkets and restaurants. For further accommodation options please contact me.
Getting There

Fontainebleau is around 40minutes south of Paris and around 3 and half hours from Calais. It is easily assessable by car or Eurostar then train to Fontainebleau. However, a car will be essential to get to the bouldering locations.

About your coach Belinda (Be) Fuller-

Be Fuller is the founding director of Be Climbing. She has been teaching climbing for over 10 years and is now an established performance coach and nutritionist. She graduated with a first class degree in Adventure Education, ranked as one of the top 10 climbers in Women’s bouldering and after university traveled the world climbing; Be understands what it takes – technically, physically and mentally to develop an individual’s climbing and have fun doing it! She coaches a huge variety of abilities, from beginners to international competitors.