Mankind’s underdeveloped climbing skills and inability to digest tin cans are two ways in which evolution left humans inferior to goats. It’s mind over Matterhorn with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $15 for a rock-climbing 101 class and an all-day climbing pass for the same day (a $30 value)
- $20 for a rock-climbing 102 class and an all-day climbing pass for the same day (a $40 value)
- $30 for both classes and an all-day climbing pass for the same day (a $70 value)
- $110 for a private birthday party Monday–Thursday for 13–25 people, which includes two hours of climbing, 30 minutes of private party time, a T-shirt for the guest of honor, free paper products (including napkins and plates), soft drinks, and color invitations (a $225 value) <p>
Chris and Pam Schmick's passion for climbing inspired them to clear tons of rotting soybeans out of an abandoned grain silo in Illinois and transform it into a state-of-the-art climbing facility. Now, in St. Louis, the duo has converted a 10,000-square-foot historic train station into a climber’s haven. They installed massive rock arches that soar 35 feet in the air, and dotted the climbing walls with a diverse mix of slabs, cracks, and dihedrals. After their successful expansion in St. Louis, the pair acquired a 14,000-square-foot gym space in West County in which they designed a full-service climbing paradise. All three gyms cater to beginner climbers, with 18-foot-tall bouldering walls and 14 autobelays. The gyms furnish climbers with showers and a locker room, and stock their pro shops with top-tier equipment from Black Diamond and La Sportiva.