Developing guidelines on the subject of "sport climbing in PE lessons" was the main objective of the present thesis, which should encourage teachers in teaching sport climbing to students. In the practical part of the work, a conceptional course scheme was planned for eight PE lessons with the focus on sport climbing. Additionally, a collection of continuative advanced exercises for a sports week was prepared. The framework requirements were chosen suitable for a particular course system in the NMS BG/BRG Klusemannstraße School, where every sport course is offered for eight weeks of school. The provided concepts are designed for high school students with no previous knowledge on sport climbing. After an initiating explanation of the required climbing gear, students are introduced to sport climbing step by step. Introductory climbing exercises are performed in the school?s gym, where students get a first impression of climbing?s kinesthesia. An improvement of the acquired motion sequences should be achieved by climbing on artificial climbing walls and in climbing gyms, respectively. The preliminary practices on belaying and climbing technique are executed on traditional sports equipment in the school?s gym, while the basics of bouldering and top-rope climbing are taught at an indoor climbing wall. Finally, the acquired knowledge and motion sequences find their practical implementation in the sports week outdoor rock climbing, which takes place in the Nationalpark of Paklenica in Croatia. The schedule comprehends advanced climbing exercises, including a methodical introduction to lead climbing, in contrast to the climbing and belaying exercises for the PE lessons, which were designed basically for beginners. The legal prerequisites for teaching climbing in PE lessons, a detailed description of the required climbing gear, as well as tips and tricks for an improvement of the stu-dents climbing technique are provided in addition to the practical part.