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Climbing Instruction

Perfect for groups who want to learn the basics of climbing’s “hard-skills” and techniques without having to travel to a climbing area.

Beginner belayers can be backed up by our auto-belay units to allow them to get comfortable with the systems without being nervous about holding someone’s life in their hands.  The “natural features” on the climbing wall simulate real rock textures with edges, slopes, pockets and cracks to allow participants to experiment with climbing technique and footwork.


  • Convenient
  • Auto Belay units
  • “Natural” Features on the Wall

What To Bring

Good Shoes

Most likely, we will have to hike to where we are going to climb. Be sure to bring good, comfortable hiking or jogging shoes to make walking the trail easier.

Comfortable Clothes

You will want to wear clothing that is not baggy, but will stretch when you need it to. Breathable materials are best, and multiple layers will ensure you are a comfortable temperature throughout the day. Also, if you are wearing shorts make sure they come down to at least mid-thigh.

Water & Snacks

Climbing requires a lot of energy and you will want to make sure you have plenty of water to replenish tired muscles. At least 2 quarts of water per person is recommended. Several small snacks will also keep you well-fueled throughout the day.

A Small Backpack

A small backpack will keep your things from getting lost and make it much easier to carry your items up the trail.

Sunscreen, Rain Gear, Bug Repellent & Sunglasses

You never know exactly what conditions you will encounter at the crag and it is always best to be prepared for anything.