Rock Climbing Tours Tasmania
We are a guiding company that utilises the world class Rock Climbing areas of Tasmania to offer experiences in the vertical for a huge range of clients.
From School Groups and those new to the sport on introductory day trips in Launceston’s Cataract Gorge through to personalised multi-day adventures for experienced climbers on some of the more remote cliffs in the state.
Rock Climbing in the Launceston Area
Cataract Gorge - Introduction to Climbing and Abseiling
Located in the heart of Launceston, the Cataract Gorge is a natural gem that has been the training ground for local climbers for years. This tour begins with an introductory Abseil off a spectacular cliff, overlooking the Gorge. Learn more.
This climb begins with an introductory Abseil off a shorter cliff to get the technique fine-tuned. Then move on to a spectacular 40metre drop with a free hanging section that is sure to get the heart racing. Learn more.
Rock Climbing in the Freycinet Area
Freycinet Sea Cliffs - Introduction to Climbing and Abseiling
On the spectacular East Coast, Freycinet Peninsular is home to one of the most popular rock climbing areas in Tasmania, with the cliffs plunging into the sea on the edge of the coast. Learn more.
Rock Climbing in the Hobart Area
Mt Wellington Organ Pipes
One of the iconic climbing areas of Tasmania, the Organ Pipes on Mt Wellington offers a range of predominantly multi pitch crack climbs. This area is suited to climbers with prior experience who are confident with lead belaying and abseiling. Contact us for more details.
Hobart Craglets - Introduction to climbing and abseiling
There are a number of areas near Hobart that are suitable for introductory climbing and abseiling. Popular with school groups, areas such as Rocky Tom on the eastern shore and Conningham, south of Kingston. Contact us for more details.
Other Tour Options with Rock Climbing Tasmania
- Corporate Team Building
- School Groups
- Personalised Guiding
- Launceston Cataract Challenge
- Freycinet Adventure Packages
- Instructional Courses, Introduction to Outdoor Rock Climbing