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3-day “Best of Provence” Rock Climbing Course

Join Simon, an expert mountain guide on this rock climbing adventure in Provence, France. Discover a dazzling place and learn about this wonderful sport!

Mountain RangeAlps
Duration3 days
Offer periodMar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
Skill LevelAll Levels
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripGroup


  • Learn all the basics about rock climbing in a gorgeous setting

  • Get some tips to train by yourself at home

  • Explore one of the most beautiful parts of France


Freedom, breathtaking views and adrenaline are some of the words one conjures when thinking about rock climbing. And there is no better place to practice this amazing activity than the Provence, in the south part of France. Join me for this 3-day rock climbing course in this beautiful part of the world.

The region of Provence is located in the southeastern part of France. And it is a mecca for rock climbing. Not only this place is incredibly beautiful, but it offers some of the best rock on Earth!

Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur is a stunning setting with dazzling sceneries all around. But to reach the best views you’ll have to tackle some of the most exciting rock climbing routes.

Whether you want to practice your skills or learn new, this course is what you are looking for! We’ll go over things such as climbing movement, strategies, and how to get more confident when lead climbing. Also, we’ll cover falls and belay falls. I will teach you everything I know about top-rope climbing. And we’ll even cover mental aspects and outdoor safety rules. Finally, I’ll give you tips on how to train by yourself at home!

Moreover, this place is ideal for climbers of all type of levels and skills. For instance if you are a beginner, there are certain parts that you can explore to gain confidence and practice the basic steps. For the intermediate climbers, there are other spots perfect to push yourself for bigger challenges. And for expert climbers, this place offers unique opportunities to test your skills!

However, no matter your level, the top notch rock, amazing crags and beautiful sceneries will make this an unforgettable trip. So search no more and send me a request! Let me guide you across this wonderful place!

Do you wish to focus on the basics? I also guide this 8-day rock climbing course for beginners in Kalymnos, Greece.



There are many options for accommodation in the village of La Palud, for every type of budget and requests.

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For your information the closest airports are Nice & Marseille. If you want to arrive by train, the closest train stations (TGV): Aix-en-Provence. By car: A51 – Exit Manosque or Vinon sur Verdon * If you come by airplane or train, it is strongly recommended to rent a car and drive to La Palud (1h45). Another possibility is to take a bus Marseille-Castellane (LER 27) and get a taxi from Castellane to La Palud.

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About the guide

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After nearly 10 years of mountaineering in Chamonix, I decided to dedicate myself to rock climbing.

In 2005, after one year intensive training, he got the french national sport’s instructor certificate for rock climbing (BEES escalade).

I have been exploring the crags of France, Spain, Italy, Switzerland, Canada and China. I finally decided to set up his climbing school in the island of Kalymnos (Greece). The beautiful landscapes, the endless sunshine and the vast climbing potential of the island convinced me to settle here from my first visit.

Since then, climbers from all over the world came to share his passion and to take avantage of his experience to improve their rock climbing skills. I have opened many new routes both in Kalymnos and Telendos from 4 to 9a. I climb 8a on-sight and red-point up to 8c. I did most of the routes of the island and always has new projects to red point!

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