Climbing in Seal Beach

Two-Month Rock-Climbing Package with Technique Class or a Kids’ Climbing Party for Up to 10 (Up to 78% Off)

ClimbX

Huntington Beach

$265 $59

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Unlimited rock climbing lets guests work out and sharpen their skills; two-hour kids’ climbing party with a party area and staffers to help

Intro to Rock-Climbing Class for One or Two or Climbing Series for One at Rockreation (Up to 51% Off)

Rockreation

Costa Mesa

$40 $20

(70)

Skilled instructors teach safety and technique basics; 12,000 square feet of bouldering and cliffs challenge climbers of all skill levels

$44 for Rock-Climbing Class and Two Months of Unlimited Rock Climbing at Rock City Climbing ($425 Value)

Rock City Climbing

Anaheim Hills

$425 $44

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Certified instructors teach belay technique to partners equipped with rental shoes and harness before letting them explore spacious gym

Introductory Climbing Class or Kids' Climbing Activities at Sender One Climbing (Up to 52% Off)

Sender One Climbing

Santa Ana

$83.75 $40

25,000-square-foot climbing facility with classes for adults and fun climbing-themed activities for kids

Rock Climbing or Canyoneering Tour for 2 or 4, or Hiking Tour for 2 with SoCal Adventure Company (Up to 58% Off)

SoCal Adventure Company

Multiple Locations

$300 $150

Outdoor experts guide small groups as they traverse picturesque canyons and rappel off of waterfalls and rock walls

Two Visits and Classes, Two One-Month Memberships, or a Birthday Party at Aesthetic Climbing Gym (Up to 68% Off)

Aesthetic Climbing Gym

Lake Forest

$90 $29

Indoor climbing gym offers 8,000 square feet of climbing terrain for visitors, members, and birthday-party attendees

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Gravity Paragliding was born from early history of the sport entering the USA. Back in 1995 the true passion and dedication to Paragliding and flying as free as a Bird. The selfishness was never present, and the wish to introduce the sport to everyone and its evolution.

1260 East 2nd Street
Long Beach,
CA
US

With more than 50,000 square feet of collective climbing surfaces, Hangar 18 Indoor Climbing Gyms's four locations, including its newest in Long Beach, offer ample terrain for climbers of all skill levels. From first-timers just learning to belay to seasoned climbers seeking a vertical challenge, athletes of all stripes can find suitable terrain and helpful assistance from experienced staff members. At the Riverside location, top ropes and lead routes circle around a freestanding boulder that tops off at 20 feet. The Southbay location's large training section gives adventurers prep time before they embark on the facility's challenging crack climbs, and the Upland location's 40-foot roof climb lends a scenic vantage point for those honing their skills on the ceiling-spanning rope or trying to spot a lost contact lens. After traversing 70-foot routes through lead caves and descending towering boulders, climbers can decompress in a yoga class.

2599 E Willow St
Signal Hill,
CA
US

ClimbX's indoor, ever-changing rock walls mimic the dusty color of actual outdoor crags. In this environment, climbers of all ages and abilities strap on safety equipment and climbing gear and learn to master the hand and toe grips that cover the arena's artificial rock formations. The outgoing and experienced staff teaches introductory-level climbing courses that impart basic safety procedures, proper belay technique, and climbing commands. A kids' climbing club coaches climbers aged 17 and younger through the basics of tying top-rope knots and securing handholds tightly even when those handholds start to quietly chuckle. When not helping people turn into spider-people, the staff also hosts birthday parties and corporate teambuilding events.

18411 Gothard St, Ste I
Huntington Beach,
CA
US

We are the top of Personal Training and Rock Climbing Professionals. We work out of a semi private studio in Huntington Beach also guide rock climbing tours to any place you want to climb. Picking Masterpiece Fitness will set you in the rite direction of your goal.

808 Adams Avenue
Huntington Beach,
CA
US

When Brian McInerney reflects on the humble beginnings of Wheel Fun Rentals, Inc., he points to his childhood passion for bikes. "As far back as I can remember, I had a real love affair with bicycles," he recalls. During a trip to Italy in 1987, Brian's affinity for cycling blossomed into a full-fledged obsession when he spotted locals' transporter of choice, the surrey. Inspired, he began importing the Italian four-wheelers to a rental business in the U.S. that eventually expanded into Wheel Fun Rentals, now a nationwide web of shops that also loans out bikes, electric cars and mopeds, and man-powered watercraft. Adventuresome athletes can also compete in activities such as surrey scavenger hunts and blindfold obstacle courses navigated via shouted instructions from a seeing teammate or exceptionally long rounds of trial and error.

16801 Euclid Street
Fountain Valley,
CA
US

Blaine Eastcott's love of the outdoors is rooted in fond childhood memories of family camping trips. On one such trip, Blaine's teenage self impulsively climbed a 100-foot rock only to soon find himself struck by panic high up on the rock face. He was paralyzed by fear, until a surge of adrenaline gave him the courage needed to scramble the final 10 feet up. This ordeal spurred him to take rock-climbing classes?and eventually led to his current position as the president of Rockreation. His three adrenaline-inducing arenas challenge climbers of all skill levels with more than 28,500 total square feet of climbing terrain, composed of jagged cliffs, bouldering nooks, and craggy archways. The faux-mountain range mimics the conditions of real rocks with indentions, overhangs, and eagle's nests.

The gyms devote one-third of their space to a bouldering area, which blends into a top-rope course fraught with varying angles, and a large lead area with an overhanging arch. Across these angles, passionate instructors with extensive outdoors experience?and a background in conversational mountain goat?guide students through the Fight Gravity program. The three-class series focuses on belaying basics, and progresses through technique instruction and bouldering. They also lead seasonal kids' camps where tiny humans can explore the routes, or plunge on a big swing and zipline. The gyms also have a separate area with machines, traditional weights, and cardio equipment for members who want to not only climb rocks, but also lift heavy ones above their heads.

1300 Logan Ave.
Costa Mesa,
CA
US