Rock Climbing in Aloha


Select Local Merchants

  • The Inferno
    The Inferno LLC's designers don't consider mud much of a challenge, even if it's in a pit. So instead of wet dirt, they fill their courses with obstacles, each designed to push the human body to its limits. Racers on their paths to victory might encounter monkey bars, tire carries, or crawls under barbed wire. A celebration kicks off as soon as each runner reaches the finish line. Live musicians score The Inferno LLC's after party, where organizers hand out competitive awards and more playful accolades, such as biggest beard and best costume. They also hand each participant a cool beer, provided they're old enough. The team's races require participants to be in shape and train in advance. Luckily, The Inferno LLC's organizers supply a work-out plan to help participants prep, combining elements of Crossfit, Insanity, P90X, and other workouts.
    Read More
    1915 NW Amberglen Suite 400
    Beaverton, OR US
  • Stoneworks Climbing Gym
    Stoneworks Climbing Gym's climbers while away their days on the gym's vast top-rope, lead, and bouldering walls. The walls soar to the ceiling and bear holds with multicolored tape to delineate each climbing route, which start at 5.6 and vary in difficulty. The diverse set of routes and climbing difficulties have made Stoneworks an ideal gym for climbing the past 21 years and for competitions, such as the annual Boulder Joust. Avid climbers themselves, the route setters and staff at Stoneworks are also guides, leading teams of beginner and skilled climbers into the mountains of Oregon for outdoor climbing. They also equip members with the skills needed to scale their routes in both group and private lessons that focus on technique, sport climbing, and vertical Twister. Kids are welcome to join the junior climbing team or summer camps.
    Read More
    6775 SW 111th Ave, Ste 205
    Beaverton, OR US
  • Circuit Bouldering Gym - Yoga Account
    Over a vast 19,000 square feet, Circuit Bouldering Gym's home to two top-out boulders, climbing spaces, along with fitness and kids' areas. Instructors teach climbers how to scale climbing walls, which range from 8 feet to 17 feet, sans ropes or harnesses, and thickly padded floors offer extra protection. Kids can have fun in youth-oriented classes or have a climbing birthday party. Yoga classes also help keep climbers limber.
    Read More
    16255 SW Upper Boones Ferry Rd.
    Tigard, OR US