The aim of Climb So iLL’s Youth Team is to raise young individuals as
responsible members of the community and to produce disciplined athletes.
We attempt to create an encouraging, supportive environment for our members and guests. For that reason, Climb So iLL serves as a positive learning environment not only during practice, but also during personal time spent at the gym. We believe that young people can grow and mature in this type of setting: as athletes, as students, and as members of their community.
During practice, team members receive a combination of one-on-one coaching and group-based instruction. While this approach allows coaches to help young climbers address their personal goals, it also gives them the opportunity to work with their peers. Practices are designed to introduce and refine climbing concepts, prepare climbers for competitions, and encourage critical thinking.
Kids' Night at Climb So iLL is a great way for young climbers to get involved at the climbing gym!
Register online and drop your climber off for two hours of supervised climbing activities and games. Space is limited to 6 climbers, and drop-in participation is not guaranteed. Register in advance to reserve a spot.
Kids’ Night is also a great activity for small groups. If you would like to make this a private session, you may reserve all six spots using our online form.
Meet the Staff
Our USA Climbing certified coaches have the knowledge and experience needed to help
team members grow, both as climbers and as individuals. Our coaches are CPR certified and
travel with team members to competitions.
On October 8th, six Team CSI members travelled to Blue Springs, Missouri for their first ABS local competition of the season at Climb Ibex. Congratulations to our competitors Josh Preston, Logan Obermoeller, Ben Johnson, Amiah Perksin, Myles Clinton, and Isaac Magers. We are proud of all of them and are very excited about this upcoming ABS competition season!
Team CSI Member, Logan Obermoeller, finished 4th in a field of 19 girls during the first round of SCS Divisionals in Chicago, Illinois. She tried her hardest to push through the last problem on Sunday and ultimately finished in 10th place. We are so proud of her and cannot wait to see what the future brings for all of our competitors!
Five members of Team CSI attended Regionals at Vertical Endeavers in Minneapolis, Minnesota on May 14th. Three of the members qualified to move on to Divisionals this July at First Ascent in Chicago, Illinois. We are incredibly proud of all of the kids for the hard work that they put in during practice as we prepared for this competition.