Rock climbing in Curitiba for experienced climbers. For traveling rock climbers or if you simply don’t have a climbing partner, we can sort you out! Our rock climbing guide Pedro Hauck, has been climbing in the Curitiba Region for over 10 years now and knows all the rock climbing spots nearby. For this region, Anhangava is surely one of the most accessible climbing crags. It has all sorts of routes which are usually short (no more than 50 metres). Pedro will choose the most suitable route based on your experience and performance.
Anhangava has also a pretty wide variety of rock climbing styles. From face adherence climbing, bouldering, crack climbing, etc. You should allow a whole day for these climbs.
If you are looking for multi-day climbs, no problem, let us know. We can also take you to different sport climbing crags such as São Luiz do Purunã and Morro do Canal. If you don’t actually know how to climb, you might want to try our climbing course in Curitiba.
Requirements for joining program are:
1 Day – Curitiba – Anhangava – Curitiba
Usually departing in the morning from Curitiba allows us enough time at the crag. After a 40 minute drive and a half hour trek, we are at the base of most of the rock climbing slabs of Anhangava. If weather isn’t in our favour, no problem, we can postpone the trip.
Please note we include the following climbing equipment:
We DO NOT include the following equipment:
Hat or cap
For sun protectionQuantity: 1
1 snack kit for each day of the course. You can take anything which can be easily transported.Quantity: 1
25fps or above, any brandQuantity: 1
Any sort of water container for hydrationQuantity: 2 litres
25 to 35 litres for water, food and personal belongingsQuantity: 1
How can I pay you guys?
You should pay the guide in local currency.
Do I need rock climbing experience?
Yes. If you have never climbed, we recommend you join our climbing course.
Can I take children with me?
Yes, provided they’re accompanied by parents or have authorization.
Do I have to have equipment?
No. We provide you all the rock climbing equipment such as harness, climbing shoes, helmet, carabiners, ropes etc. All you have to bring is the basic personal kit such as sunglasses, pack lunch, a small rucksack, etc.
Do you include food?
No. You should bring a daily snack and water with you.
I’m only one, can I still join?
Yes, please check our prices under ‘1 person’
Pedro is sponsored by the following brands:
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Pedro Hauck is a geographer, has masters in Physical Geography, Ph.D. in geology and is a very experienced mountaineer for the last 17 years. He has taught several rock climbing courses as well as climbing customized courses, teaching hundreds of people on how to climb.
Pedro is now one of the most experienced climbers in South America. At the Andes alone, Pedro has climbed 39 x 6000 metre peaks! As expedition leader, Pedro has led several expeditions bringing safety and a lot of useful information to our clients. Pedro is extremely easy going and loves to teach! He is the kind of guy who is very happy on teaching anyone about geology and geography. So during our expeditions, make sure you DON’T ask him about geology, otherwise, you might have to listen to a 2-day class.
On his spare time, Pedro Hauck runs the largest news website in Brazil (http://AltaMontanha.com) and wrote many useful articles about dozens of mountaineering topics.
Voluntarily participated in the organization of Brazilian mountaineering and has served as director of the Brazilian Mountaineering Confederation. For 6 years, he fought against access prohibitions in several Brazilian climbing areas.
In September 2014 Pedro has climbed all the 14 Bolivian 6000 metre peaks in 4 weeks! Pedro completed the project without any support or assistance. Currently, Pedro has reached the top of 36 x 6000 metre summits as well as other 55 high altitude climbs.
A very experienced rock climber, Pedro has extensive knowledge in bouldering, sports climbing, trad and aid climbing. He has been to at least 80 rock climbing areas in South America.
Golden Carabiner 2015 - Brazil: For his '6000+ Bolivian Andes' project, Maximo Kausch and Pedro Hauck were chosen to receive the mountaineering Golden Carabiner of 2015. This prize is given to the most accomplished climbs or projects of the year.
Mount Everest Foundation 2015: Mount Everest Foundation UK, has chosen Max's exploring project and decided to finance part of it in May 2015. The prize is given to the more significant exploring projects worldwide.
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Cost varies according to the number of participants, contact us to know payment methods:
Price for 1 person: U$ 105
Price for 2 persons: U$ 85
Price for 3 or 4 persons: U$ 65
What’s not included: