You have been indoor climbing for some time or you’ve been dreaming of climbing a rock cliff; this course is for you. No experience necessary.




  • Discover rock climbing and its equipment
  • Basic belaying and lowering techniques
  • Learn basic movements
  • Communication and safety signs while climbing
  • Supervised climb
    • Single pitch routes of 30 meters or less
    • Grade between 5.4 and 5.10
  • A little bit of effort and a lot of fun !

Introduction to Rock Climbing includes:

  • FQME and/or AGMA certified instructor
  • Rock climbing equipment

Introduction to Rock Climbing doesn’t includes:

Number of participants per instructor

  • Minimum 4 / Maximum 8
  • Create a group of 4 people and 1 is free:
  • Enter the promo code below when registering to take advantage of your freebie: gratuitegroupede4
  • If you have a large group, contact us to learn more about our group rates

Minimum age

  • 8 years
  • Children 8 years of age and under with parental supervision (free if accompanied by at least one adult that pays)


  • None

Schedule for the day:

  • 09:45 AM: Reception at the LA LIBERTÉ NORD-SUD cabin and hand-out of equipment
    • The refuge is 200 meters from the parking lot; bring all your personal belongings
  • 10:30 AM: Technical instruction and demonstration
  • 11:00 AM – 11: 45 AM: Short hike to the cliff
    • Less than 20 minutes, up to 100m of elevation gain and less than 500m of distance
  • 11:30 AM-3:30 PM: Supervised climbs and instructor’s comments
  • 15:30 PM: End of rock climb and return to the hut
  • 16:00 PM: Departure


At Montagne d’Argent:

  • Please refer to our calendar
    • every Saturday from May to beginning of October
    • every day from June 22th to September 7th
  • Other dates or weekdays available – contact us T. 438-871-7133

Course cancellation for weather reasons

The outing will be cancelled if the forecast calls for more than a 60% chance of precipitation and an accumulation of 10 mm or more. The decision can be made the day prior to the activity at the latest.

Personal equipment to bring

  • Lunches and snacks
  • At least 2 L of water
  • Polar vest (depending on the season)
  • Windbreaker
  • Day backpack (30-40 L)
  • Tuque and gloves (depending on the season)
  • Change of clothes for the return trip
  • If you climb with your knees (not efficient at all) think about 3/4 pants
  • Lip balm and sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Camera
  • Insect repellant
  • Swimsuit (depending on the season / swimming opportunity)

OPTIONAL personal equipment to bring (in our opinion, and for your safety, you should always have these items with you on your outdoor adventures):

  • Basic first aid kit
  • Flashlight (frontal, if possible)
  • Lighter
  • Pocket knife


Tour Reviews

5.00 based on 1 review

Fantastic day, instruction was well paced and the route progression was perfect. Gabriel has an education background and could easily move between the different lvls of climbers and languages. Recommend this course 100% if you want to try Rock Climbing. Will be signing up for the 2 day course now. You know it was good when you smile the whole day and then talk about it the whole drive home.

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