On Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 June the protagonists of the 8th Rock Junior will be a multicoloured international crowd of children (aged 5 – 13) who together with their families will enjoy the freedom of climbing for two days. I.e. that game of climbing immersed in nature which unites all through this single great passion.This passion is equally divided between the boys and girls because – uniquely – both "halves of the sky" have registered in equal proportions for the Rock Junior 2009.
The theme of the festival is simple: everyone climbs together, parents and children, beginners and young champions alike, on the countless climbing games designed for all. Kid's Rock offers fantastic climbs set specifically for the smallest children, while the Climbing Campus is a true occasion to explore and learn about the rocks and nature around Arco together with the Mountain Rescue Service and Moena Police Force. When: Saturday 6 and Sunday 7 June 2009
Where: Arco Climbing Stadium (Garda Trentino, Italy)
What: The European Youth Climbing Festival
Who: Young climbers aged 5 – 13 and their families
How: Discover the game of climbing, the rocks and nature around Arco
Organisation: Rock Master Association Young climbers will delight in the great Play&Climb vertical playground, with the climbing pole and many other delightful games. Family Rock is open to all and is possibly the most beautiful synthesis of the entire event, as parents and their children combine forces to relay race up the wall together.The Under 14 Cup is reserved to young champions representing their European teams: this is a true competition where young athletes and future champions climb with all the verve and imagination that only the purest of passions can generate.
This is what the Rock Junior is all about: a game open to all. Once again the meeting has attracted participants from 18 different countries, from Ecuador to Russia and the USA, Rumania, Austria, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Great Britain, Slovenia, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia and naturally Italy. Taking part is as simple as climbing itself: just give it a try and you'll see for yourself!
Info and registration: http://www.rockjunior.info