CityROCK's Ice Fest featured on Elevationoutdoors.com

Every year, CityROCK climbing gym in Colorado Springs, Colorado, holds an ice climbing competition without any ice. There can’t be: It’s indoors.

Colorado Springs may be high desert, but it’s home to a disproportionate number of Front Range ice climbers, and the annual CityROCK Ice Night is their night. The gym shuts down its normal operations, brings in route-setters and clinic instructors from across the state, and gives the ice climbing community free reign. It’s just $10 to spectate and $50 to compete—just enough for the gym to almost break even.“We pretty much just chalk it up to our contribution to the sport,” says Grant Wilson, who sets routes and organizes CityROCK’s ice climbing initiatives, including Ice Night.

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CityROCK helps Habitat for Humanity on Colorado Gives Day

COLORADO SPRINGS — Monday, December 10 is Colorado Gives Day, which is the largest statewide online donation day for vetted charities. Colorado Springs businesses, like CityROCK in Downtown Colorado Springs, helped raise money by donating a percentage of proceeds from their cafe and sales to Habitat for Humanity.

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30 incredible things to do in Colorado Springs

CityROCK was featured in the "Top 30 Things To Do in Colorado Springs — The Ultimate Colorado Springs Bucket List" article posted on rockymountainfoodtours.com.

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Jon Lachelt with his business partner on top of Castleton Tower, Utah.

Behind The Desk With Jon Lachelt

In this interview with the Climbing Business Journal, Jon Lachelt credits CityROCK as the founder of the Colorado High School Climbing League.

Photo: Jon Lachelt with his business partner on top of Castleton Tower, Utah - Jon Lachelt.

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