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What You'll Get
The road less traveled is often the more fulfilling one, especially when it bypasses Robert Frost's tiger pits. Diverge from a rote route with today's Groupon to AZ on the Rocks in Scottsdale. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get a climbing package for one (up to a $26.46 total value, tax included), including the following:
- A full-day climbing pass for one (up to a $15 value)
- Gear rental for one (a $5 value)
- A 10-ounce yogurt from [Mojo Yogurt](http://www.mojoyogurt.com) (a $5 value)
- For $18, you get a climbing package for two (up to a $52.92 total value, tax included), including the following:
- Full-day climbing passes for two (up to a $30 value)
- Gear rental for two (a $10 value)
- Two 10-ounce yogurts from Mojo Yogurt (a $10 value)
Christened Best Family Entertainment Value in AZCentral.com’s Readers' Choice poll, AZ on the Rocks belays beginner and seasoned climbers to higher levels of scaling skill with 14,000 square feet of ascendable terrain. Clients strap on rental harnesses, shoes, and bags of boulder-baiting Pop Rocks before worming up the purple-hued heights of the facility’s climbing surfaces. Solo scalers can hoist themselves safely up the 31-foot wall using auto-belay equipment, and pairs of climbers spot each other or forgo intimidating height to tackle the 2,800-square-foot bouldering course. Air conditioning keeps climbers cool as they burn off an average of 700–900 calories per hour, and visitors of all levels can consult knowledgeable staff about climbing techniques and mountain-friendly modern-dance moves.
After exercise, visitors may matriculate to one of Mojo Yogurt’s four Phoenix-area locations to slurp down 10 ounces of probiotic, fat-free dairy in their choice of 28 flavors. At AZ on the Rocks, all participants must sign a waiver, and birthday girls, boys, and belayers may brave indoor peaks for free on their day of special-suit wearing.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 17, 2012. Amount paid never expires. May buy multiple. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Must sign waiver. Waiver must be signed by parent or legal guardian if under 18. May redeem across visits. Tax included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About 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 rappelling 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, If that's not enough for you, they have a Ninja Warrior rig that you can test your skills on. 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. Guests have the opportunity of joining the birthday club. These birthday girls, boys, and belayers may brave indoor peaks for free on their day of special-suit wearing.