Fight Gravity One Rock-Climbing Package or One-Month Unlimited Membership at Rockreation in Costa Mesa (Up to 55% Off)

Costa Mesa

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In a Nutshell

Skilled instructors teach safety basics in belay course & 12,000 square feet of bouldering & cliffs challenge climbers of all skill levels

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires May 2, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Ages 18 and up must sign waiver, ages 12-17 must have waiver signed by parent or guardian. Belay class required for new climbers. Must be 12 or older for belay class. Classes are non-transferable. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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 climbers’ paradise Rockreation in Costa Mesa. Choose between the following options:

  • For $19, you get a Fight One Gravity package (up to a $40 total value), which includes the following:
  • One belay class
  • One week of unlimited rock climbing<p>
  • For $45, you get a one-month unlimited climbing membership (up to a $99 value).

Beginners must take a belay class before climbing.

The adrenaline-inducing arena at Rockreation challenges climbers of all skill levels with more than 12,000 square feet of climbing terrain, composed of jagged cliffs, bouldering nooks, and craggy archways. With the Fight Gravity One class, pupils learn the basics of cliff climbing and belaying under the gravity-defying tutelage of an expert instructor. After the class, students can practice their newfangled knowledge with one week of unlimited climbing in Rockreation’s faux mountain range, which mimics the conditions of real rocks with indentions, overhangs, and eagle’s nests. By the end of the program all participants should have acquired the necessary skills to pass the Rockreation top-rope safety test.

Alternatively, skyward scramblers can forego the belay course and choose one month of unlimited climbing, which thrills indoor alpinists with full access to the climbing gym and top-rope course fraught with varying angles and a large lead area with an arch. The gym also has 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.

Rockreation

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.

Customer Reviews

355 Ratings

It was terrifying for me. But others may love it. Its a great place and the staff is nice.
Holiday · March 24, 2016
Loved the class and the happy attitude. Ended up becoming a member...
Keren · March 3, 2016
This was a great experience and the price is amazing for a whole week of climbing/rentals.
Susan B. · February 10, 2016
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    Costa Mesa

    1300 Logan Ave.

    Costa Mesa, California 92626

    714-556-7625

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