Mankind’s feeble climbing skills and inability to digest delicious tin cans are two ways in which evolution left humans inferior to goats. Channel an inner mountain goat with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $14 for an Experience Climbing package with full equipment rental and day pass (up to a $30 value)
- $29 for an Intro to Climbing class for two people (a $58 value)
- $51 for a one-month individual membership with unlimited equipment rental (a $102 value)
- $99 for a five-day climbing course for kids aged 6–10 (a $199 value)<p>
During the Experience package, the passionate wall clingers of Edgeworks Climbing guide novices through the fundamentals of climbing. Outfitted in provided gear, beginners make their way to the top of two routes with a staff member offering them tips along the way. The introductory course teaches essential skills such as tying a figure-eight knot, belaying, and communicating. The five-day New Rockers kids’ course sends little ones up faces safely with educational games that focus on bouldering and top-rope climbing. Camps take place Monday–Friday from July 9 to August 24, excluding July 16–20.
A one-month membership grants access to Edgeworks’ 10,000 square feet of bouldering and top-roping, including equipment such as shoes, harness, and ropes provided by the gym. Floors are fully padded, and training in the onsite weight room supplements climbing regiments.<p>
In 2004, a group of skilled climbers and experienced route setters married their expansive knowledge of the sport to create Edgeworks Climbing. The gym is an indoor paradise that expertly match the dynamic challenges that athletes face outdoors, boasting 10,000 square feet of climbing area with 25-foot top-rope routes, 35-foot lead routes, and 3,500 square feet of bouldering. The team of setters draws on years of experience outdoors to create hundreds of challenging, satisfying routes for climbers of all skill levels. Most of the setters are teachers as well, leading classes for beginners or advanced climbers, as well as heading outdoors to help the class appreciate the adrenaline rush of an outdoor climb ending in a fistfight with a bear.
Additionally, the passionate staff realized that alternative workouts are needed to push through plateaus in climbs, so they created a fitness area to complement the climbing gym. Classes such as yoga, Pilates, and cycling further exercise muscle groups that are useful when trying to finally ride a bike up your favorite route.
“Such an amazingly fun place! Highly recommend them. The staff were top notch; everything about this place was exceptional!”
“Great place, kids left tired!!! ”
“Bring socks, water and snacks. You could spend a long time there if you take some breaks, so allow enough time.”
6102 N 9th St.
Tacoma, Washington 98406