Choose from Four Options
- $30 for a 10-climb pass for Bellevue residents (a $60 value)
- $36 for a 10-climb pass for non-residents (a $72 value)
- $13 for a one-hour parent-child indoor rock climbing class for non-residents (a $27 value)
- $10 for a one-hour parent-child indoor rock climbing class for Bellevue residents (a $22 value)<p>
Designed for beginner and intermediate climbers, rock climbing 101 classes teach parents and kids the basics of indoor climbing, including putting on harnesses correctly, tying knots, handling the rope, and using the belay device. Climbing passes can be used during any regularly scheduled drop-in belayed climbing and open climb sessions. Sessions are held at the Crag Climbing Wall, which stretches 33 feet up and contains multiple belay ropes and climbing routes.
Bellevue Parks & Community Services
To get some fresh air, Bellevue residents could take a stroll around their neighborhood. Or they could head to one of the nearly 100 parks in the area for a game of baseball, a tennis match, or a lesson on botanicals. The extensive park system beckons locals to take advantage of the wide array of green spaces and activities in the area, many of which are free. It also holds regular events and leads programs that range from nature film viewings to crime prevention forums aimed at addressing delinquent squirrels.