Climbing in Luxembourg can be done both indoors and outdoors, with climbing walls or special structures, build for people, that want to test their flexibility and core strength. There are different styles of climbing that involve different types of climbing routes and techniques. For example, sport climbing involves climbing on pre-set routes with fixed anchors for protection, while bouldering involves climbing short routes without ropes or harnesses, typically close to the ground.
Climbing requires strength in the upper body, core, and grip, balance, flexibility, and problem-solving skills. Climbing also promotes mental focus and confidence, as climbers must overcome their fear of heights and trust in their own abilities.
Interested in a birthday party and an adventure? Join a climbing lesson, which is also available for adults and children — kids up to 14 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.
There are few big centers for climbing in Luxembourg. For example, you can visit the biggest climbing center RedRock, or sports center Wall d'Coque, or the rock climbing center of the Youth Hostel in Echternach if you wish to climb walls indoors.
We will cover these and other centers for indoor climbing in Luxembourg, and tell you more about prices and equipment, that is available for guests. Climbing walls are rather popular in the country, which fancies climbing as a sport in general – various natural resources in and out of the country provide opportunities to take your skills out when you are prepared for it.
Address: 2 rue Léon Hengen, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 43 60 60 1
The climbing center in Coque and its Climbing Wall d’Coque is a state-of-the-art facility located in Luxembourg City. It features a massive climbing wall that spans around 700 square meters and reaches heights of up to 13,5 meters. The climbing wall is designed to cater to climbers of all skill levels, from beginners to advanced climbers.
In this climbing sports center you can rent all the necessary equipment, including shoes, slings, ropes and others for about 3 euros per item. Here you can also buy climbing equipment in Luxembourg.
The center is equipped with the latest safety equipment, including automatic belay devices, which allow climbers to climb without the need for a partner. The climbing routes on the wall are updated regularly to keep things fresh and challenging for regular visitors. In addition to the climbing wall, the center also features a bouldering area, which is a dedicated space for climbers to practice their skills without the need for ropes or harnesses.
The facility also offers classes and training programs for climbers of all ages and skill levels, led by experienced and certified climbing instructors. Prices for classes for adults start at 29 euros for the first climbing lesson, and a private class is 97 euros, the same for kids.
If you want to make your climbing more regular, you can buy a subscription or an entry ticket. Consult the prices on the website, or use our table below.
|For whom||Single entry||3 months||6 months||1 year|
|Adults||15,50 euros||214 euros||385 euros||684 euros|
|Kids||10,30 euros||148 euros||266 euros||471 euros|
Working hours of the Coque Climbing Wall are as follows:
Address: 100 rue Grégoire Schouppe, Echternach
Phone: (+352) 26 27 66 400
At the Youth Hostel in Echternach, the modern 14 meters high climbing wall is located, available for regular climbing courses and free climbing for beginners, intermediates, and families. The climbing wall is open to everyone, even if you are not staying at the hostel as a guest, so it is a great opportunity to test your skills.
Children from the age of 5 and up to the age of 15 must always be accompanied by an adult in this climbing place.
Regular climbing courses are held for both adults and children, where you can learn all the essentials for safety and climbing techniques. Once you have completed the mandatory initiation course, you can participate in free climbing. This does not mean, that you will not use ropes and belts, by the way. During free climbing, qualified trainers will ensure your safety and provide bits of advice.
Climbing equipment is available for rent at the reception, as well as locker rooms and showers on-site. The price for one piece of equipment is around 3 euros.
The Youth Hostel has climbing lessons too: initiation lesson, where instructors will teach you to work with equipment and how to climb costs 23 euros for adults and 15 euros for children and students. The youngest kids (5 to 8 years old) will only pay 9 euros for the lesson.
The prices for free climbing and boulder area are as follows in the table below. You can also contact the website for more information (or in case you stay there as a guest – then the prices will be slightly lower for you).
|For whom||Single entry||10 entrees|
|Adults||9 euros||72 euros|
|Kids and students||6 euros||54 euros|
The climbing hall at the youth hostel in Echternach is open for free climbing without subscription on Tuesday, Friday and Sunday, although opening hours may vary as follows:
Address: 12, Rue Jean Anen, Soleuvre, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 26 59 08 79
This is a professional center for indoor wall climbing in Luxebmourg. It attracts many people daily, as it is the largest arena available in Luxembourg. Over 1400 square meters of climbing walls with 4 auto-belts, a 4,5 meter-tall bouldering room, and truly Olympic standards of climbing area. It is the perfect place if climbing is more than just a fun activity for you, as well as if you just started this exciting sport.
The RedRock climbing center has a dedicated area for kids and beginners so that it would be safe and great for every level of climbing. They also provide climbing equipment for sale and rent, hold events, competitions, and classes. The center has a welcoming cafe for a drink after the training.
Prices for climbing are as follows in the table below, you can also consult the official website. Pay attention to the fact, that the abonnements can be used by other people of the same age group, so it makes them a great choice for some people.
|For whom||1 entry||50 entries||1 month||6 months||1 year|
|Adults||15 euros||610 euros||88 euros||434 euros||659 euros|
|Young (13-17) and students||12 euros||514 euros||75 euros||357 euros||535 euros|
|Kids||10 euros||434 euros||65 euros||289 euros||455 euros|
RedRock climbing center in Luxembourg is open on a daily basis. The working hours of the centre are:
Address: 1, place de l'Independance, Mamer, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 661 227 001
This small Mamer climbing arena, only 4-meters-high, is located on the territory of the Brill Park. Though it does not have a huge height or various obstacles, it is still pretty decent and is located outdoors! There are two parts to it – one for anyone from the age of 3, and the other one is from 14 years of age. Climbing in the fresh air in Luxembourg is a great activity for summer and springtime.
This new leisure has opened in 2022 and was supported by the state and municipality. Crush pads and low height makes this place great for kids, families, and beginners. The climbing here is managed by Boulder Klub Mamer, and you need to be a part of the club in order to access the facility. You can become a member of the club online on the official website.
The price for membership is 35 euros for people younger than 18 years old and students under 26, and 50 euros for everybody else.
The climbing wall is open for adult and little climbers every day of the week:
Address: Wanterbach, Berdorf, Luxembourg
Phone: (+352) 79 05 45
Last, but not least in our listing is a special place for professional climbers, who want to test their strength in nature. This climbing wall in Berdorf is a real treasure: it does not have colorful pieces to grab on, only rock! Located in Mullerthal, also called Luxembourg's Little Switzerland, this facility is only open to the members of a climbing association, which also must be a member of one of the two international climbing associations UIAA or IFSC. These strict rules are mandatory for safety reasons.
Climbing here is various and truly amazing: many curves, face climbs, grades, and natural sandstone under your hands. Though climbing is only allowed till the 500 meters height section of the cliff, professional climbers can have access to this climbing wall all year round. There are a lot of routes, marked by safety bolts, but you are not allowed to make new ones in some areas of the wall.
This natural resource is protected, so stay on trails, do not leave trash, and brush your holds afterward.
Climbing is popular in Luxembourg due to the country's geography and the availability of indoor and outdoor climbing facilities. Luxembourg is a landlocked country surrounded by hilly terrain and rocky cliffs, making it a great place for climbers to practice their skills.
The country is also home to several outdoor climbing areas, such as Berdorf and Echternach, which attract climbers from all over Europe. Additionally, there are several indoor climbing gyms in Luxembourg, which provide climbers with the opportunity to train and practice their skills year-round, regardless of the weather outside.
Furthermore, climbing has become more popular in recent years due to its physical and mental benefits, which have led to an increase in the number of people taking up the sport. It is a great way to stay in shape, improve flexibility, and build strength, as well as improve focus and reduce stress.
There are two best climbing centers, that can answer the needs of professionals in climbing.
RedRock climbing center in Soleuvre has over 1400 square meters of climbing walls with 4 auto-belts, a 4,5 meter-tall bouldering room, and a truly Olympic standards of climbing area. It is the perfect place if climbing is more than just a fun activity for you, as well as if you just started this exciting sport.
Another great option is the Climbing Wall d’Coque located in Luxembourg City. It features a massive climbing wall that spans around 700 square meters and reaches heights of up to 13,5 meters. The climbing wall is designed to cater to climbers of all skill levels, from beginners to advanced climbers.
Yes, as Luxembourg has a lot of natural resources, it also has a dedicated area for professional climbers. This climbing wall in Berdorf is a real treasure for them. Located in Mullerthal, also called Luxembourg's Little Switzerland, this facility is only open to the members of a climbing association, which also must be a member of one of the two international climbing associations UIAA or IFSC.