Indoor Climbing Camps at CityROCK

 Summer and school holiday camps for children 6+.*


4-day Climbing Camp

Love climbing? Like to be with other kids your own age? Want to play games and learn knots? Then our 4-day camp is for you. This camp is targeted to newer climbers as well as those that have some experience in the gym. We will divide participants into smaller groups based on age and ability when necessary. There will be lots of climbing during the total of 12 hours of camp -- if you're a brand new climber, consider signing up for the Friday Funday option first. Although this camp is best for kids ages 9 and up, if you try out our Friday Funday camp and think a 4-day camp would be a good fit for your child, then sign up for our 4-day camp.

Friday Funday 

Are you a brand new climber that needs guidance on the best way to get started, but don't have the endurance for a 4-day camp? Or do you love climbing so much that our 4-day camp isn't enough? If you answered "Yes" to any of these questions, our Friday Funday is the right choice for you. On Fridays this summer, we will offer a less structured day with instructors working with campers on individual goals. Perfect for kids ages 6 to 8, or for climbers 9 and up who want to try a day of climbing.

 

 


What we are doing to help fight the spread of COVID-19 while offering camps: 

  • We have limited the number of campers to ten per session to allow social distancing.
  • Campers will be assigned their own space in the gym in an effort to reduce unnecessary interaction between other climbers.
  • Surfaces will be cleaned before and after each session.
  • Only half-day camps from 9 AM to 12 PM or 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM will be offered at this time. 

CityROCK's climbing camp is great for children ages 6 and up! Perfect for the adventurous child that loves to play and move.

Campers should bring a good attitude, water bottle and two snacks. Comfortable, active clothing is recommended. Your climber will be putting on and taking off a harness, so pants are most appropriate. Participants in camps should expect to climb, cave and be active for the majority of their day.

Campers are expected to behave and listen to directions as climbing is an inherently dangerous sport and they will need to comply with coach requests. Individuals that have behavior problems, or that cannot follow directions will not be allowed to participate in CityROCK camps. If your child wants to receive coaching and instruction on how to become a better climber, then this camp is a great choice!

 

 

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Questions?

If you have any question please e-mail Ian Richards or call us at 719.634.9099