Make yourself a member at Rock'n and Jam'n-Indoor Climbing in Centennial, and enjoy working out at a spot you'll love.
Pick up a tasty meal at their restaurant, located conveniently within the gym.
This gym welcomes kids, too, so you can feel good about bringing the whole family.
The motivating and skilled kickboxing instructors are here to push your body to its limits.
Parking is plentiful, so guests can feel free to bring their vehicles.
When you're ready to take on your next adventure, head to Guide the ROCK in Lone Tree for some fun.
When you stop by this gym today, try a personal trainer to start the journey to a more fit you.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Guide the ROCK is calling your name! Give them a call today.
You might be inclined to find the smallest pumpkin available at The Great Pumpkin Haul's patch. That's because you won't just be taking this pumpkin home to carve it into a ghoulish mascot; you'll also be lugging it through a 2-mile obstacle course. Racers balance their chosen gourd on their shoulders as they trundle through corn fields, orange- and red-hued woody trails, and open pasture, all while scrambling over hay bales and other autumnal obstacles. While the race is only 2 miles long, it can be challenging when balancing a 10–20 pound pumpkin. That's why the staff awards such perseverance with prizes for those carrying the heaviest pumpkin, those daring to carry two pumpkins, and those who complete the race fastest.
After competitors cross the finish line, they're rewarded with mugs of warm apple cider and glasses of pumpkin beer. They're also welcome to hang out for a few hours to tackle the corn maze, revel in the brisk autumn weather, and groove to local music. All of the day's proceeds go to The Children's Hospital Colorado.
When the festivities wind down, guests can take their once burdensome pumpkin home to carve it into a jack-o-lantern while feeling the sweet, sweet release of revenge.
A seemingly insurmountable fin of sandstone protrudes 300 feet in the air, challenging all humans to dare conquer its peak. As groups look on in awe of this natural wonder, a Denver Mountain Guiding guide suits up and begins the ascent, leading students of all levels on a thrilling and challenging climb.
Denver Mountain Guiding’s coterie of guides is a motley mix, encompassing passionate climbers with decades of experience, expert weekend warriors, wilderness first responders, and first-aid- and CPR-certified guides. They lead beginners through elite-level climbers on recreational trips around local rock-climbing hot spots such as Clear Creek Canyon. Outings include full-day and half-day climbs of varying levels of difficulty, as well as lessons and camps that teach basics such as rope safety, knots, belaying, rappelling, and anchors.
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
At Denver Climbing Company, we cater specifically to beginner climbers.
Our guides are trained to provide a comfortable and
What is the experience customers can expect?
During the day, you will get to enjoy beautiful Colorado scenery and views.
Instruction on fundamental rock climbing techniques will be provided.
Also expect a lot of rock climbing with your friends and family.
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
We wanted to provide a gateway for people to join the world of rock climbing.
We wanted to provide the services we wish we had access to for our first climbs.
What do you love most about your job?
Seeing the excitement and accomplishment people experience after a day of climbing.
Declaration Brewing Company, Platt Park Brewing Company, Grandma's House and Former Future Brewing Company
aren't just four of the finest beer-brewing operations in Denver—they're a map to the Mighty Beer Run. This fun run has participants dashing from brewery to brewery in search of cold suds.
Competitors can either follow the suggested route or their own path, enjoying one frosty sample brew at each of the pit stops. They can also choose to hang out for a while at each brewery if they, much to their fathers' chagrin, don't care about winning. The race wraps up with an after party at Declaration Brewing Company, where food trucks and more beer keep the party going.