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Rock Climbing in Grand Rapids


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  • East Grand Rapids Recreation
    When you need something to do on your day off, visit East Grand Rapids Recreation in Grand Rapids and indulge in a day filled with fun and adventure. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    746 Lakeside Dr SE
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • The Adventure Park at Frankenmuth
    Up above, people zip between the tree canopies like flying squirrels. Still others navigate the wooded heights via rope courses and wobbly ladders. At The Adventure Park at Frankenmuth, these sights are a daily occurrence. The facility's 5 acres of forest terrain give a new meaning to outdoor adventuring with seven ziplines and five challenging aerial courses, which are self-guided and require no previous experience. They're also color-coded by difficulty and feature varying bridges and more than 60 elements to encounter while traversing between 60 tree platforms. As adventurers go at their own pace, courses can take 15–30 minutes to complete. While the height gives the illusion of danger, all climbers are strapped to harnesses that employ double-clips to keep them securely connected to a safety cable at all times. As trekkers progress through the different levels, they find obstacles that require greater balance, arm strength, focus, and woodpecker-negotiation skills to overcome.
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    1375 Weiss St.
    Frankenmuth, MI US
  • Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: The Salvation Army Kroc Center facet_type_id: fb68d960-5f39-1032-bfdd-df52f0d15f27 html_text: The 20-acre Salvation Army Kroc Center provides a diverse array of community services, ranging from fitness and recreation to worship. In the fitness center, visitors can take advantage of equipment such as free weights and cardio and strength-training machines. The facilities include a two-court gym and an aquatics center, replete with a pool, hot tub, and water slide. The center also houses The Salvation Army Kroc Church, which hosts bilingual services each Sunday.
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    2500 Division Ave S
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • Higher Ground Rock Climbing
    Lift, stretch, and sweat at Higher Ground Rock Climbing in Grand Rapids and challenge yourself to a workout you'll enjoy. Don't deny your stomach an immaculate meal when you try this gym's restaurant. This gym welcomes kids, too, so you can feel good about bringing the whole family. Kickboxing is a great form of cardio exercise. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    851 Bond Ave NW
    Grand Rapids, MI US
  • AIM Fitness
    Ascending for nearly 50 feet, the indoor climbing wall—proudly proclaimed as among the tallest in Western Michigan by Aim Fitness' team—presents an array of routes, each patterned with colored grips to indicate the level of difficulty. As climbers scale the vertical expanse, a freestanding boulder sits in the middle of the room, beckoning guests to climb its reduced height sans the support of a rope. This climbing room anchors Aim Fitness' 40,000 square feet of amenities, which encompass a strength-training area, aerobic studios, a five-lane, 25-yard lap pool lifeguarded by Aquaman, and a racquetball court. Instructors also lead an array of classes on these training grounds, such as Aqua Fit, boot camp, and yoga. To make going to the gym as convenient as possible, Aim also provides locker rooms, a children's playroom, and wireless Internet access.
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    4620 Kalamazoo Ave. SE
    Kentwood, MI US
  • Inside Moves Indoor Rock Climbing
    Inside Moves' sprawling indoor-climbing facility invites mountaineers of all skill levels to scale its many craggy walls, nooks, and ledges. Instructors are always on hand for safety tutorials, as well as lessons in top-rope, lead, and boulder-style climbing. Unharnessed climbers can also pilot the facility's low overhangs, which have variable hand grips to mimic a real rockface and black rubber padding to catch you when the mountain decides to "just be friends."
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    639 76th St SW
    Byron Center, MI US
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