Climbers scale mountains for the feeling of accomplishment and the heap of free flags waiting at the summit. Reach new personal heights with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $29.99 for a belay-certification course with a one-week membership (a $40 value) and a one-day guest pass with gear (a $23 value; a $63 total value)
- $34.99 for a one-hour private climbing lesson for up to four (a $78 value)
The belay-certification course is ideal for beginners and covers basic skills such as harness use, knot tying, belaying, lowering, and gym etiquette. Classes last 1.5 to 2 hours, depending on the number of students. The course includes one free week of admission to the gym with gear rental for the week immediately following the course; plus one additional guest pass with gear for a friend during your free week.
The private climbing lesson includes all necessary equipment and an hour of instruction on the gym’s equipment. Call ahead to make arrangements to meet with experienced New Jersey Rock Gym staff members. They will be your exclusive gym guide, taking you around the facility for an hour of top-rope climbing and providing you with all the necessary equipment. All experience levels are welcome.
New Jersey Rock Gym
Home to the state's largest freestanding bouldering island, New Jersey Rock Gym houses 12,000 square feet of vertical terrain to climb as well as 41 top roping stations. Armed with either day passes or membership, guests scamper up the gym's synthetic summits, hoping to ask questions of the learned ceiling light sequestered at the top of the mountain. While gear is included with some membership options, guests can opt to bring their own materials or rent the individual shoes ($5), harnesses ($4), or chalk bags ($2) they need from the pro shop. New Jersey Rock Gym offers a collection of educational course work in the vertical arts, teaching belay technique to beginners or advanced skills to adults. Children can also take advantage of youth climbing programs, mini camps, and birthday parties before retiring to private refreshment chambers to absorb bottles of electrolyte-infused refreshment. The nearby pro shop outfits climbers with name-brand gear for purchase, while a WiFi lounge transmits terabytes of data into nearby electronic devices or unsecured cyborg brains.