Climbing in Denham Springs


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  • Krewe of Kringle
    In the Krewe of Kringle pub crawl, revelers dressed as Santas, elves, reindeer, and a multitude of other holiday figures set out to conquer numerous area bars. Participants get free beer at each location, and can take advantage of drink and shot specials.
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    1135 Decatur St.
    New Orleans, LA US
  • Rok Haus
    Rök Haus poses challenges for all levels of climber via wall surfaces that span from introductory routes to treacherous inversions, which summon strength and smarts from even the most accomplished scrambler. The friendly staff keeps a lookout for safety while competitive climbers try to navigate the central climbing boulder’s circuitous network of pathways, ensuring that the climbers do not seek guidance by bribing a local troll with Tootsie Rolls. Between ascents, climbers can take a break from the rigorous physical and mental exertion on one of the couches in the relaxation area adjacent to the climbing walls.
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    109 Grand Ave
    Lafayette, LA US
  • BREC's Extreme Sports Park
    Most parks are good for picnickers and unscrupulous Frisbee collectors. But Perkins Road Community Park amps up the adrenaline factor for thrill seekers with a grab bag of exciting sports, including skateboarding, rock climbing, BMX racing, and rainbow-trout fishing. A extreme sports–themed community playground keeps kids occupied, whereas competitive folks cycle to nowhere in the velodrome—one of just a handful in the United States—or spar on sand volleyball courts. More traditional recreational offerings include tennis courts, walking paths, a soccer field, and a baseball field.
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    7122 Perkins Road
    Baton Rouge, LA US
  • Slidell Rocks Climbing Gym
    Though severely damaged by Hurricane Katrina just five months after its debut, Slidell Rocks Climbing Gym rebuilt and reopened just months later and continues to provide the community with opportunities to build up muscular and cardio strength. The climbing center showcases top-rope challenges on walls nearly 40 feet high, as well as lower courses for younger climbers. Two bouldering rooms mimic the lifestyle of ancient arachnid cavemen with rooftop grips and seven hangboards. Between summit attempts, climbers can relax in the concessions area, watching their favorite sports on the televisions and munching on rock candy harvested from an active sugar volcano.
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    39543 Highway 190 E
    Slidell, LA US
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