Bouldering courses & holidays
also including DWS (Deep Water Soloing) aka Psicobloc climbing



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Rockbusters arrange sport climbing and bouldering holidays in Europe. Their main focus is their European Roadtrip, a 2-month climbing extravaganza which can also be taken in week-long blocks, they also run a number of sport climbing camps and a summer Czech sandstone course.

| climbing/scrambling | bouldering | UK | Spain | Germany | Czech Republic |


Andaman Adventures

based: Krabi, Thailand

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Beach bouldering in Thailand, with routes and 'problems' on Phra Nang Beach, Koh Lao Liang and Koh Tao.

| bouldering | Thailand |


Basecamp Tonsai

based: Tonsai, Thailand

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Deep water soloing trips with experienced English-speaking guides; offering routes from grade 5 up to grade 8a.

| bouldering | Thailand |


Mallorca Climbing Camps

based: Mallorca, Spain

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Adult DWS holidays and camps on limestone cliffs above the Mediterranean for men and women over 18, who can consistently top rope 5.10b/c, or 6b.

| bouldering | Spain |


uk flagRock and Ice

based: Derbyshire, UK

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Bouldering workshops for novice or intermediate climbers in the Derbyshire Peak District.

| bouldering | UK |


usa flagSpot Bouldering Gym (The)

based: Colorado, USA

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Bouldering climbing gym, indoor boulder walls; also outdoor climbing and bouldering courses.

| climbing/scrambling | bouldering | USA |


Squamish Rock Guides

based: British Columbia, Canada

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Climbing and bouldering courses, guiding and private instruction on the West Coast of British Columbia in Canada.

| climbing/scrambling | bouldering | Canada |


Tupilak based: France

based: Tupilak based: France

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Climbing and bouldering courses in Fontainebleau and Chamonix, France.

| bouldering | France |


Wanaka Rock Climbing & Abseil Adventures

based: Wanaka, New Zealand

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Enjoy Wanaka's famous rock climbing and bouldering areas – there's a trip for everyone.

| climbing/scrambling | bouldering | New Zealand |



What is bouldering?

Bouldering is the simplest and purest form of climbing, it's climbing at low level without ropes, harnesses and other equipment. All that's really need is a pair of rock shoes, a portable crash mat and a chalkbag. Bouldering can be seen as an introduction to more technical rock climbing, or as just a great fun sport in its own right.




On this page we're listing multi-day bouldering holidays and residential multi-day courses, most of which will include overnight accommodation or will help participants find local places to stay.


What is Deep Water Soloing (DWS) or Psicobloc climbing?
Deep Water Soloing, also referred to as Psicobloc, is a newer style of climbing currently growing in popularity. It is solo rock climbing, very much in the style of bouldering, but practiced on sea cliffs at high tide or above any other deep body of water. It relies on the water at the base of the climb to protect any falls. Generally routes will have a high level of difficulty. For further information see here.


Close relatives to DWS would be coasteering and canyoning or gorge walking, so it would be worth taking a look at our dedicated sections for these activities too.