Rock Climbing in Victorville


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  • SoCal Adventure Company
    The raw nature of Southern California is a painting turned into reality. Mountains kiss the sky, hills roll across the horizon, and canyons cut deep into the region's red, cherry-hued rock. SoCal Adventure Company's guides take groups to all of these destinations. With gear and healthy snacks in tow, they lead beginners and experienced adrenaline junkies alike on day trips ranging from rock climbing to canyoneering, a mode of adventure hiking that mixes in some thrilling rappels. The guides lead groups on hikes through the mountains, help them climb top ropes, and rappel down cliffs through waterfalls. Occasionally, they even pause to swim through the pools at the canyon's bottom. Additionally, SoCal Adventure Company's guides always look for new ways to explore. To that end, they lead a trip of the week with an ever-changing itinerary.
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    14848 Bear Valley Rd.
    Victorville, CA US
  • The Climbing Life Guides Inc
    Even The Climbing Life Guides can't quite articulate the feeling of exhilaration when you finally hoist yourself onto a mountain's peak. They describe it as an "ah hah!" moment, one when it's impossible to fight off a grin. And their main goal as guides is to help climbers get there. That's why they take clients on private or group climbs in Joshua Tree National Park, promising breathtaking views of some of the nation's most impressive natural splendor. They'll bring all the equipment and knowledge—climbers just need to bring a thirst for adventure.
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    14938 Hopland Street
    Victorville, CA US
  • Tough Mudder
    Designed by women, for women, Mudderella is a true athletic event. Across the 5–7 mile muddy course, the non-competitive fitness event finds participants trekking across plenty of obstacles, along with mud-filled pits, mountains of hay, and other challenges to be conquered. Some are designed to be accomplished solo, while others ask runners to team up and lend a hand. With obstacles likes Hat Trick, Wheels in Motion, and Mud Majesty, the event encourages its participants to step outside their comfort zone. Every course is different, but they all guarantee athletes a chance to get their hands—and the rest of them—dirty for a good time and an even better cause: Futures Without Violence, a non-profit that fights to prevent domestic violence and support survivors. While plenty of fun can be found on the course, the festivities begin before the start line and end well after groups cross the finish line. The day kicks off with a stretch and strengthen session, after which participants can visit The Works and get free temporary tattoos, purple face-paint, and festive ribbons. Afterwards, they can pay a visit to the rinsing stations, change into some clean clothes—muddy sneakers can be donated to a local charity—and hit the after-party. Drinks, snacks, Mudderella gear, and massages will be available for purchase.
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    18585 Verdemont Ranch Road
    San Bernardino, CA US
  • Cedar Lake Camp
    It took a while for Cedar Lake Camp to come into its identity, changing hands three times in 20 years before the First Congregational Church of Los Angeles bought it in 1955. Since then, the staff has worked hard to establish it as a sanctuary of reflection, renewal, and recreation. The manmade lake clearly plays a central role in the retreat’s activities, from canoeing to swimming and fishing. The camp has also extended its recreational purview to include thrills such as ziplining, rope courses, and team-building activities. It rents its lodges out year-round to guests and bears looking for a place to hibernate, and often hosts summer camps for kids and families.
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    1100 Mill Creek Rd.
    Big Bear Lake, CA US
  • Action Tree Rope Climbing
    See the trees from the canopy and experience nature a whole new way with Action Tree Rope Climbing. At a spot near Big Bear Lake, certified instructors help guests scale trees' massive trunks using harnesses, ropes, and a series of knots. This safe way of climbing allows guests aged 12 and older to live out their dreams of becoming climbing squirrels as they gaze back down on the forest floor from 45 feet in the air. During tours, guides explain a little about the area, including conservation information and the location of the nearest fairy circles.
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    41647 Big Bear Boulevard
    Big Bear Lake, CA US
  • Equada Outfitters
    Sports fans know to plan their weekend around Equada Outfitters in Big Bear Lake. It's certainly time you stopped reading about this club with its amazing restaurant and finally came in for a bite. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    663 Pine Knot Boulevard
    Big Bear Lake, CA US
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