For $49, today’s deal gets you a two-month membership with gear rental to AZ on the Rocks in Scottsdale, a $120 value. Membership includes all the gear (harness, shoes, chalk bag, lead ropes, carabiner, and belay device) you need to scale rocks, ascend rocks, and feel morally and physically superior to rocks. And coming soon, if it’s your birthday, bring friends; AZ on the Rocks will let everyone climb for free.
Your two-month membership will include:
- Free gear rental
- Free day passes
- No charge for the use of lead ropes
- Two free yoga classes (8 p.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays; space is limited)
- 25% off all pricing at Zenergy Yoga (located inside the facility)
- Access to periodic special events (e.g., night climbs)
- Free pizza night for members on the first Tuesday of each month
- Discounts on instructional classes, after-school programs, and special events
- Admission to Top Out Thursdays (7 p.m. to 10 p.m.), where you can “top out” on AZR’s fully capped bouldering walls
Monthly memberships may be frozen one time, if necessary. After the two months, you may continue your membership if you wish, but you are under no obligation to do so.
AZ on the Rocks is Arizona’s largest indoor rock-climbing gym, featuring 14,000 square feet of climbable terrain, 50 top ropes, more than 2,800 square feet of bouldering, and professionals who’ll answer your questions. If you’re not psyched to scale simulated peaks, the facilities also include more-traditional workout devices such as cardio and weight machines.
Rock climbing exercises your body and your wits. Each climb challenges you to decide the best route to the summit while clinging to tiny faux-rock outcroppings using muscles and your brain (the sexiest muscle). Round up a group of friends and compete in what many call “chess, but with more physical exertion and not on a chessboard.”
AZ on the Rocks won Best Family Weekend Adventure in AZCentral.com’s Readers’ Choice category in 2009 and was named Best DIY Rock Gym by the Phoenix New Times in 2007. It was featured in the Arizona Republic: > * It’s almost like free-soloing, which is climber-speak for scaling vertical cliffs without a rope for protection, except that nagging risk of imminent death is eliminated. – Phoenix New Times > * The climbing gyms, originally created for rock climbers to practice, aren’t just for that anymore. Outdoor climbers make up less than half of the indoor rock-climbing population. You’re more likely to find families - it’s like going to the movies or a skate night - and corporations who are using the indoor climbing as an exercise in bringing employees together to develop team work. – Angela Cara Pancrazio, Arizona Republic
AZ on the Rocks
Christened Best Family Entertainment Value in AZCentral.com’s Readers' Choice poll, AZ on the Rocks encourages beginners and seasoned climbers to higher levels of scaling skill with 14,000 square feet of ascendable terrain. They happily host birthday parties or freestyle-climbing sessions in their air-conditioned climbing facility, which houses 50 top ropes, a cave, and 2,800 square feet of bouldering. They also teach classes for adults and children and hold private lessons, which can grant clients access to the repelling platform. Additionally, AZ on the Rocks has a youth-climbing team, team-building programs, and full gym stacked with cardio machines, weight machines, free weights, and yoga which can be accessed via monthly memberships or day passes. At AZ on the Rocks, all participants must have a properly completed digital waiver form. For those under the age of 18 this must be completed by their own parent, no exceptions so birthday girls, boys, and belayers may brave indoor peaks for free on their day of special-suit wearing.
16447 N 91st Street
Scottsdale, Arizona 85260Get Directions