Stone Age Climbing Gym



Stone Age Climbing Gym

Stone Age climbing gym is located at the Centre Sportif in Woluwe St. Lambert, close to Stockel (and the Kraainem metro stop on Brussels’ line 1). Rock climbing classes are available for kids, but are extremely popular, so may require spending some time on the waiting list. Parents who know rock climbing safety well can still bring their kids there for open climbing without signing up for lessons. All necessary gear is available for rent. The facility has numerous walls of a variety of difficulty, as well as other sports options on site if some members of the family prefer other pursuits. Staff generally speak at least some English. Parking is available across the street.

    • This place is good for

    • Little kids
    • Grade schoolers
    • Tweens
    • Teens
    • Everyone
    • Children with
      special needs
    • Recommended length

    • Up to 1 hour
    • 1-3 hours
    • Half a day
    • Full day
    • A day is not enough
    • Price

    • Free
    • $
    • $$
    • $$$

      Features confirmed by parents

      • Parking on-site
      • Access by public transportation

Reviews (2)

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    Great camps!

    Reviewed 19 February 2017

    My 8 year old did 2 week-long stages at this climbing gym and loved it both times. His instructors were really great and he built a lot of confidence and strength. They accommodated us in English, although of course French would be useful. The weeks do book up, so register ahead. It is helpful to go in person, as the response time on email is not as quick. My kids also went to several birthday parties here and always had a great time!This is a personal opinion of a KiddieMundo user.

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    Great climbing gym for adults - and their kids

    Reviewed 08 December 2016

    After promising my son for some time that I'd take him climbing with ropes and harnesses, I finally made the trip over to Stone Age with him. I had hoped to sign him up for lessons with the center's instructors, but the wait lists were quite long. It might be possible to get higher up if you find out when they sign kids up for the new year, but luckily they do not require instructions if the adult knows how to climb and belay. rnrnMy son had a great time climbing, and I was only required to pay for him to climb if I was only there to accompany him and belay (that means controlling the safety ropes). There were enough routes within the ability of a relative beginner for him to feel challenged without being overwhelmed. Ideally, I felt I should have gone with friends to get a chance to climb too (to demonstrate technique for my son, as well as to have a little work out of my own).This is a personal opinion of a KiddieMundo user.

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    Practical info

    Avenue Emmanuel Mounier
    1200 Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, Belgium
    +32 2 770 69 30


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