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Member Appreciation Party

Member Appreciation Party

Friday, September 29th
6 PM – 9 PM

Join un for a party to celebrate our members! We’ll have games, prizes, and food from The UTE Restaurant!

CityROCK will close to the public at 3 PM so we can set up for this super fun and incredible party.

This is for members only. No day passes, guest passes, or punch passes.

Thank you to this years sponsors:

Headlamp Climb Night

Headlamp Climb Night

We will be turning off the lights for this event. Bring your own headlamp! 
We will set up “night” lights on the boulder. Lights will be off in the workout area and training area as well as the programs deck. Aerie lights will remain on. 

No autobelays will be available during this event. No lead climbing during this event. 

Friday, October 20th
ree to members.
Regular pricing for day passes and guests.
If you have never been to CityROCK or rock climbing, you might want to choose to visit us on a different day when the lights will be on. 

Queer Climb Night

Queer Climb Night

The last Friday of every month. 
6 PM – 8 PM

Free for members
$15 day pass (harness included) for non-members
This is an inclusive space for all LGBTQIA+ identifying and curious individuals (allies welcome too!). All abilities welcome!

Women's Climb Night

Women's Climb Night

The first Monday of every month. 
6 PM – 8 PM

All women, women identifying, and nonbinary climbers are welcome to attend. 

Member Physical Therapy Night

Member PT Night

The first Thursday of every month.
6 PM – 8 PM
15-minute sessions
Sign up at the Beta Center starts the week prior.

Come meet Kelly (if you haven’t already). “As a passionate rock climber, I am thrilled to offer my expertise and support to my fellow City Rockers through my free physical therapy services. Services are tailored specifically to help climbers enhance their performance, prevent injuries, and optimize their overall climbing experience.”
Find out more about Kelly and High Point Physical Therapy here

Warrior's Way with Sevve Stember

Warrior's Way with Sevve Stember

Thursday, October 12th
5 PM- 9 PM
$165 for members
$185 for non-members

This clinic addresses fear of falling and improving commitment. We’ll do falling, movement, and resting exercises and apply all learned skills to a challenging route. We’ll do this in small increments creating appropriate progressions for each individual student. You’ll leave with a structured method for taking appropriate risks with diminished fear.

You’ll learn:

  • To fall safely
  • To give a cushioned belay
  • To distinguish between no- and yes-fall zones
  • How to engage no- and yes-fall zones
  • To break a climb into smaller risk events
  • Better risk assessment
  • How to rest effectively
  • To improve breathing
  • To trust the body
  • To create flow and momentum
  • To commit more deliberately
  • To reduce fear


    • Minimum 6 months climbing experience
    • Climb a minimum of 5.9 in the gym without falling or hanging
    • Being able to lead climb is not required, however, if students want to lead during the clinic they must get lead certified at the gym PRIOR to the clinic date.
      • For climbers who rope climb.
      • Some exercises are on toprope; some are on lead.

Student goals:

    • Improve commitment
    • Diminish fear of falling

Equipment Needed:

    • Harness, shoes, and belay device
    • A rope and draws (if the gym doesn’t provide these)
    • A helmet is recommended, but not required

Slackline Class with Reagan

Slackline Class

with Reagan

Starts on September 9th
Saturdays 2:30 PM – 3:30 PM

Free for members
$10 for non-members

Discover the art of balance and mindfulness through our Introduction to Slacklining class. Slacklining is an exhilarating activity that involves walking and performing tricks on a suspended narrow webbing, akin to a tightrope, typically set up between two anchor points. In this course, you will embark on a journey to master the fundamental techniques of slacklining while reaping a multitude of physical and mental health benefits.

Reagan is one of the friendly faces you’ll find at the Beta Center here at CityROCK! Reagan shares the same passion for the outdoors that we all do, and he has a heart for sharing ways we can improve both mentally and physically. Reagan found his love for slacklining at a gathering in Moab, Utah and is bringing it to the community as a practice that benefits both of those! Slacklining is easy to learn and difficult to master, and Reagan can’t wait to walk alongside you as you learn!
Max of 4 participants.
Pre-registration isn’t required, but is suggested if you’d like to guarantee your spot. 

Want to learn how to belay, learn to lead, or learn how to use our training facilities. Check out our belay lessons, Intro to Lead, and personal coaching

Questions? Email us about our programs.