This diploma thesis focuses on the introduction of the sport climbing, within the setting of the school subject physical education, in college. This thesis offers guidance for teachers in order to be able to integrate bouldering and climbing into the school subject, physical education, at school. The practical part focuses specifically on the spatial and structural conditions of the community of Admont.The dissertation starts with the development and the significance of climbing in Austria. Furthermore, different versions of climbing such as climbing styles are explained. Moreover, the fifth chapter focuses on the equipment, necessary for climbing, and particularly on the material relevant for schools. The sixth chapter discusses the theoretical aspects of the sport climbing and on the embedding of this sport into the school curriculum of physical education. One chapter of this thesis is also dedicated to essential safety aspects of climbing in school lessons. Further emphasis is given to the qualifications of the instructors and to the verification of safety concerning climbing in the hall and on the natural rocks.The practical part of this thesis provides a lesson sequence, consisting of 14 school lessons and one sports day, with a focus on the introduction of the sport climbing and bouldering. The lessons take place on traditional equipment in the gym at school and at the climbing center city-rock Liezen. The highlight of these lessons is constituted by a climbing day at a chosen climbing park in the community of Admont. Afterwards and in cooperation with the climbing center city rock Liezen and the Austrian alpine club, the students receive the opportunity to continue with this sport on a club level.