Events

We organize various types of exciting and climbing related events. Please find preferable alternative or contact us so together we can design an event especially for you.

 

Company Events

Visit us with your colleagues to enhance team spirit! Most groups visiting us want to climb and we will tailor the climbing session to include a desired amount of different team activities (e.g. competitions, team tasks and games).
Our lounge area is equipped with video and sound system, which allows organizing a meeting or a seminar outside the usual environment helping you to come-up with new ideas. You can take your own food and drinks with you to the lounge or use order from a catering company.

Firmapeod
Both casual and formal events can be organized at Ronimisministeerium.

 

Birthdays (children and adults)

Ronimisministeerium is an ideal place for both children and adults to celebrate their birthday in sporty and joyful activities. A birthday party includes more games and tasks than a Climbing Session and the contents is suited to the size of the group and their wishes. Make sure to send your special wishes along with the inquiry. Food and drinks can be offered in the (private) lounge area. See more additional info under sessions page.
Birthday party

A perfect way to have fun and celebrate a birthday!

 

Bachelor/Bachelorette event

Entertaining climbing session for the group includes exciting challenges for the groom or bride and their friends. Possible to use private lounge area. At a request we can set-up a special route with heart shaped holds.

Bachelorette's party

Ronimisministeerium is just the right place in case you wish to spend it with exciting sporty challenges.

 

Competitions

Ministry of Climbing organizes BoulderRock competitions, which are festival style climbing events. Among the more serious competitions are Estonian Climbing Association’s Estonian Climbing Cup and Suomen Boulderliiga, which bring best climbers from the neighbouring countries to Tallinn.

Tallinn Open
Suomen Boulderliiga brings the best climbers from Finland and Baltic States to Tallinn (photos: Nemanja Sonero).