Rock Climbing in Pittsfield


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  • Urban Raid
    In order to reach the finish line of the Raid Series obstacle course, participants must hoist a sandbag, leap over marine hurdles, and scale a cargo net. The course is designed to emulate a run through the city streets, right up to the finish line, which is actually a climbing wall. It's one branch of The Raid Series, a trifecta of terrain-inspired 5Ks that also include the Mountain Raid and Beach Raid. After racers complete the course, which is on the sand of Old Orchard Beach just one hour and fifteen minutes from Boston, they can jet to the after-party to enjoy beer and live music.
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    51 S Pearl St.
    Albany, NY US
  • The Bizzy Beez Activity Center
    Reservations/Appointments: Required Established: 2014 Staff Size: 11–25 people Average Duration of Services: 30–60 minutes Parking: Parking lot Handicap Accessible: Yes Recommended Age Group: Kids Pro Tip: Sign up for classes online. Most Popular Attraction/Offering: The Bizzy Beez Activity Center
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    26 Computer Dr. East
    Albany, NY US
  • Tekoa Mountain Outdoors
    From rock climbing, to kayaking, to camping, Tekoa Mountain Outdoors' founder Tim Vogel views the great outdoors as a combination of playground and classroom, a place where adults and children can learn by doing. Tim has been teaching and guiding adventure activities for more than 25 years, and his experience aids him as he plans adventurous exhibitions, such as hiking along the Appalachian Trail or searching for lost car keys in the Wards Gregory Cave System. During outings, Tim teaches his students both introductory and advanced techniques. Along with a team of certified guides, Tim advocates passion for the outdoors and love for every blade of glass, even the stubby crab variety. In addition to working with the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of America, the staff leads several education programs that teach youth valuable team-building lessons. They also run the WOLF Program, which cultivates new crops of professional leaders within the expedition and adventure industry.
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    27 Sugar Hill Road
    Williamsburg, MA US
  • The Edge Halfmoon
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: The Edge Halfmoon facet_type_id: 5e542ed0-5f3a-1032-8dfe-1bf9684cf8eb html_text: More than 14,000 square feet of climbing walls tower 40 feet into the air in The Edge Halfmoon to draw in climbers eager to escape gravity's clutches. Inside the air-conditioned facility, staff provide on-the-spot safety training, while a half-dozen auto-belay units help climbers return safely to the ground. More than 50 top ropes allow climbers to find unique routes along handholds bolted to the textured, angular terrain. Nearby, the freestanding boulder sports several top-out ready climbs, allowing climbers to attack the feature from any angle and still reach the peak. Basic, leading, and multi-pitch classes help beginners and advanced climbers learn new skills to scale indoor and outdoor rock walls, and the gym's competitive climbing team tests its climbing and bouldering prowess against rival crews bent on carving their crest into synthetic rock faces.
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    1544 Rte. 9
    Halfmoon, NY US
  • Ellms Family Farm
    There’s a fire in the field and only one way out. Unfortunately, that way is twisted and riddled with dead-ends. But at the end, past 5 acres of carved paths and corn-themed puzzles, past thousands of stalks of corn swaying in the wind, past delirious visions of poker-playing scarecrows, is a fire hose. Such is the theme of Ellms Family Farm’s interactive Hero Rush Amazing Maize maze, an obstacle that carries on pastoral autumn traditions with roughly 90 minutes of music and fun. Yet this maze is just one way that the Ellms family celebrates the changing season—it also serves up crispy apple-cider donuts, lobs wee ones into the air on the farm-favorite Jumping Pillow, and treats guests to a number of other themed activities it has developed over the years. The farm’s history stretches back to 1984, when Chip and Sally Ellms planted their first batch of Christmas trees and began inviting visitors to stop by and admire the easy wind and downy flakes of winter. As the family grew, the farm kept pace, expanding to cover more than 200 acres and incorporate activities that help guests celebrate autumn as well. Throughout the harvest season, guests flock to the fields to play conductor or coal shoveler on the MooMooChooChoo train or pick out fresh pumpkins in the patch.
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    448 Charlton Rd.
    Ballston Spa, NY US
  • Nomads Outdoor Adventure
    When guests visit Nomads Adventure Quest, their heads start spinning as fast as the Whirling Dervish spinning-teacups ride—with so many attractions under one roof, it's difficult to know where to start. Read on for a breakdown of all the activities: Athletic Endeavors: Visitors can burn a few calories as scaling the ancient-ruin rock wall. High-Tech Attraction: Engage in battle in the shadowy 3,500-square-foot laser-tag arena, where glowing towers are the only source of light. Classic Diversions: Kids can practice driving on the bumper cars, while their friends can practice being insurance claims adjusters to see who crashed into whom. Best Attraction for the Little Ones: a multilevel playscape with a twisting yellow slide Where to Refuel: Instead of eating arcade tokens to gain more power, guests can nosh on American classics such as pizza, burgers, and ribs at Red's Tavern.
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    240 Governors Hwy.
    South Windsor, CT US
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