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The best part, I think, about this date idea is when you are supporting the climber and they start to get stuck this is your chance to shine.
They need your encouragement and guidance and when you give it I can tell you that everything else is blocked out and that is all they can really hear, your supportive and guiding voice.
And since he has all of the gear and everything I'm really excited for this opportunity (climbing gyms with rentals are expensive in my area) but I have no idea what to expect and I don't want to go and completely embarrass myself.
He's told me climbing is such a huge part of his life, I almost feel like this is a test of sorts. Any personal "first time climbing" experiences you can share?
The main consensus here seems to be "just start climbing" but I don't want to end up getting there, get all geared up, and not even be able to get myself completely off the ground. The place where I'm pretty sure he's planning on taking me is an outdoor wall (not natural rock) with routes ranging from 5.6-5.11 in a fairly large park in the area. Also, you guys say that climbing shoes are really important, but are they completely vital to first time climbing? He's taking you climbing because he wants to impress you with how supportive/understanding he is, and with his ability/athletecism. As long as you don't start crying in fear, it'll be fine.
Listen to and watch the instructors, very carefully, especially if you and your date have never been rock climbing before.
Also don’t be afraid to refresh yourself on basics as well if it has been a while.