After years building toughened muscles and agile small-motor skills, all veteran climbers long to finally reach the wise man atop the mountain to ask him where he gets his toilet paper. Train for transformative Q&A with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 one yoga class and an all-day climbing pass (a $14 value) with equipment rental (a $20 value) and for one (a $34 total value)
- $20 for the above for two (a $68 value)
Climbers use yoga to boost flexibility through a variety of multi-skill-level classes, such as beginner hatha, yin, and advanced power yoga. Outside the on-site studio, they scale color-coded routes and tackle bouldering problems in a 10,000-square-foot facility. Shoes, chalk, and a harness are included.
Summit Climbing Gym
Summit Climbing Gym sprawls across 10,000 square feet lined with towering structures for boundless bouldering and rope climbing along with its own onsite yoga studio. Manmade walls adorned with brightly colored handholds emerge from the ground, daring aspiring climbers to decode their paths. Fingertips dipped in rock chalk learn to cling to the hardened monoliths with firm grace, keeping on the lookout for the single book spine that triggers access to a revolving door and secret chocolate fountain. Guests can gab with experts about form and new-equipment purchases at the climb shop, or take a breather on a comfy couch to rest, reflect on a new route, or admire their brand-new Popeye forearms.
In addition to its scaling structures, Summit Climbing Gym hosts yoga classes in an on-site studio to boost climbing flexibility. Here, guests choose from a variety of formats, including CoreFusion, Slow Flow, Power Yoga, and Yin Yoga, a pose-intensive class that helps range of motion and strengthen connective tissues.
Their employees walk around, checking to see if you need help and ensuring you are belaying properly. They do a great job changing up the routesRachel A., Yelp, 2/11/13
Great experience, helpful staff. Employees are continuously looking out/overseeing that climbers use facilities safely.Trini R., Yelp, 1/28/13