Some people are born to run; some are born to scramble up and down walls and ceilings like a Tokay gecko. Unleash your inner lizard with today's Groupon to climbers' paradise: for $75, you get an introductory four-week Learn to Climb course plus a one-month climbing membership at Red Rock Climbing Center, located in Angel Park Lindell, just minutes from Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. Climbers must be 12 years old or older, and anyone under 18 must have a parent or guardian sign a waiver.
With 8,000 square feet of climbing walls designed by expert rock-scalers Tony Yaniro and Doug Englekirk, Red Rock Climbing Center gives climbers a safe, challenging venue to practice their cliff-ascending hobby. In the four-week Learn to Climb series, rookie mountaineers are trained for 60–90 minutes each week in proper knot tying, basic belaying, and top-rope climbing methods. The series comes with a one-month climbing membership, which includes harness, Batman stun-gun, and shoe rental, so you'll have ample opportunity to dangle from tons of challenging hand, foot, and face holds fitted on the center's colossal 35-foot-tall wood walls and overhangs.
Red Rock Climbing Center's strict safety requirements ensure that the staff will attentively watch each wall excursion and that climbers will be securely harnessed before beginning. With the help of motivational and effective instructors, you'll be on the right path to one day mounting the Aztec sandstone peaks at Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and scaling the stacks of creamed-corn cans at the supermarket.
Red Rock Climbing Center
Red Rock Climbing Center challenges climbers with more than 8,000 square feet of vertical topography designed by renowned climbers Tony Yaniro and Doug Englekirk. In addition to top-rope and lead-climbing routes, radical overhangs, boulder obstacles, and roof routes offer exciting climbs for advanced belayers infused with spider DNA. The wall-scaling professionals at Red Rock ensure the safety of beginner and seasoned climbers by requiring belay certification among guests and strapping boulder-mounting individuals into harnesses.
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