Climbing is an amazing sport that puts us in places physically and mentally that cannot be replicated in any other way. With the explosion of people new to climbing it's important to learn the skills to both be safe and to interact with other climbers in positive ways.


Our adult climbing programs are focused ensuring an environment to help acquire all the skills you need to climb safely on your own as well as be a member of the climbing community that other people want to be around.


With different dates in different locations these are a more affordable alternative to our private climbing instruction allowing a variety of people to gain access to amazing climbing locations with amazing instructors to help guide them toward their climbing goals.


Don't see a date that works? Check out our private custom instruction.

Intro Camp

This program is for people who have never climbed or are new to climbing. This camp covers everything from the most basic skills like putting on a harness all the way up to learning to build anchors and lead a climb. During this course participants can check out new climbing areas and learn all the basic skills to become a competent rock climber on single pitch terrain


-go camping and meet other adults who want to learn to climb and socialize with new people.

-learn to belay, tie in, and how basic climbing systems and commands work.

-learn basic climbing technique for a variety of climbing styles.

-learn the difference between sport leading and trad leading.

-learn how to lead belay and lead climb on bolt protected and gear protected climbs.

-learn how to build toprope anchors using bolts, removeable protection, and natural protection.

-learn other basic outdoor climbing skills like anchor cleaning, rappelling, and general etiquette for outdoor climbing 


Dates/Locations:

July 12th-15th, Hartman Rocks near Gunnison, CO

August 16th-19th, Denver/Boulder, no camping offered

September 6th-9th, Hartman Rocks near Gunnison, CO (Women Only)

October 4th-7th, Shelf Road near Cañon City, CO

October 18th-21st, Unaweep Canyon near Grand Junction


Formal Meeting Times: 8AM-4PM, everything else is on your own and by choice so feel free to hang out and make new friends.


What We Provide: group climbing individual climbing equipment. Harnesses, helmets, climbing shoes, instruction from amazing certified guides.


Participants Provide: Personal camping equipment, food and water for the day, weather appropriate clothing, personal camping equipment transportation to and from climbing site.


Gear lists and detailed itinerary will be provided prior to start of camp.

Adult Outdoor Climbing Programs

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Advanced Camp

For those who have done the intro camp with us or are already capable of lead climbing this camp is geared towards more advanced skills. Here we'll focus on getting more into leading multipitch climbs, self rescue skills and a little bit of aid climbing. We use a few different climbing areas. Some have camping available and others it's a little bit far. By the end everyone should feel pretty capable of having the skills to climb almost any rock they come across. Because this camp focuses on more serious and committing skills we ask that participants be confident leading 5.8 climbs outdoors on gear before participating.


-learn the basics of multipitch climbing and how to be efficient with time and equipment on longer routes.
-learn the self rescue skills necessary to help yourself or partner in the event something goes wrong on a climb.
-learn basic aid climbing skills such as basic aid climbing with etriers, hauling techniques, and ascending skills.

-improve climbing technique to climb more challenging terrain.
-learn how to read more complicated and involved terrain.

Dates/Locations:
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uly 26th-29th, Garden of the Gods/Cheyenne Canyon, C/S, CO

August 23rd-26th, Denver/Boulder, no camping offered

September 27th-30th, Unaweep Canyon/Black Canyon NP

October 25th-28th, Unaweep Canyon/Black Canyon NP


Formal Meeting Times: 8AM-4PM, everything else is on your own and by choice so feel free to meet new people and swap climbing stories.


What We Provide: group climbing and individual climbing equipment. Harnesses, helmets, climbing shoes, instruction from amazing certified guides.


Participants Provide: Personal camping equipment, food and water for the day, weather appropriate clothing, personal camping equipment, transportation to and from climbing site.


Gear lists and detailed itinerary will be provided prior to the start of the camp.