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Rock CLIMBING

 

Season Closed, We reopen March 1st 2020

Taking Reservations for 2020 Now

Rock Climbing Intro

4 - 8 Hours

Never gone rock climbing outdoors or indoors? Then this is for you! Learn the basics, and after this adventurous course you will be able to pass any indoor rock climbing gym’s belayer test and feel confident in taking the next step towards your own climbing adventures.

$200

Per Person

Rock Climbing intermediate

4 - 8 Hours

A step above the intro class. Learn about different knots, making anchors, and more climbing techniques. This class has knowledge required in our advanced rock climbing class that teaches lead climbing. Climbing is beyond fun and full of health benefits, keep going!

 

$200

Per Person

Rock climbing advanced

4 - 8 Hours

Lead climbing, also known as Sport climbing, is one of the most popular forms of rock climbing and it is offered at most outdoor climbing sites and indoor climbing gyms. Unlike top-rope climbing, in leading climbing you ascend a route while periodically attaching protection.

$200

Per Person

rock climbing intro

 

Never gone rock climbing outdoors or indoors? Then this is for you! Learn the basics and after this adventurous course you will be able to pass any indoor rock climbing gym’s belayer test and feel confident in taking the next step towards your own climbing adventures.

One of our most popular adventures and great value. This is a great option for kids and any adults. If you're just trying rock climbing for the first time or you started in a rock gym and want to try the outdoors this is for you.

 

There is something here for everyone, routes can be as easy as climbing a playground or for those who want to push their limits we have something in mind for you too. All of our classes are in small private groups and customized to the skills of each climber. 

 

Climbing has become very popular in recent years and there are good reasons why. It is beyond fun and full of health benefits. It can improve your cardiovascular health, weight loss, increase muscle tone, flexibility, balance, coordination, and mental and physical focus.

 

Rock Climbing intermediate

Our intermediate rock climbing course is designed to build on the basic skills you learned in our intro course and by the end of this intermediate rock climbing course you can feel confident top rope climbing outside. Participants will focus on learning how to set up, create and take down climbing anchors safely. Anchor building is probably some of the most important knowledge in any climbing situation and necessary to know before continuing on to more advanced types of climbing.  

 

rock climbing advanced

Lead climbing, also known as Sport climbing is one of the most popular forms of rock climbing and is offered at most outdoor climbing sites and indoor climbing gyms. Unlike top rope climbing, in leading climbing you ascend a route while periodically attaching protection called quickdraws to the route face and the climber attaches their safety rope to the protection. Lead climbing has the advantage of being less restrictive and more versatile than top rope climbing.

In our course you will learn to pass any indoor gym’s lead climbing test and be able to properly lead climb outdoors at the conclusion of this course. You will not only end this class knowing how to lead climb but also leave feeling you have the experience and confidence to take your climbing to new heights.

 

ATTIRE AND SUPPLIES

  • Wear flexible athletic clothing

  • Harness, helmet, belay device, chalk bag and shoes will be provided

  • If you would like to bring your own equipment it must be inspected by your instructor before use

  • Please bring water, snacks, other layers of clothes, and a lunch depending on how long you would like to climb

 

Requirements

  • For our intro to rock climbing course, there is no experience required. If you would like to participate in the intermediate or advanced course, you must prove your competence and past experience.

  • Climbers must be 7 or older. 

  • Any climber under 18 must have a signed parent consent form

 
 

Cancellation Policy

  • We require three day advanced notice to cancel or reschedule. If within three days, no cancellations are allowed, only rescheduling. A rescheduling fee applies that is equal to the expenses incurred by AdventureTerra LLC or at the least $50. No rescheduling fee for weather related issues.

  • We climb in light rain and light wind. We do not climb in heavy rain, heavy wind, or any signs of lightning/thunder.

  • It is often impossible for the guides to determine if a weather cancellation is necessary until the very last moment.

 

Locations and Times

Groups meet​ at 9am at the climbing location, unless you contacted us to make customized arrangements. More information and directions to the meeting location will be provided in a confirmation email after booking.  

  • Mt. Erie in Anacortes, Washington
    • Directions (See map below. Estimated driving time from Seattle 1h 30m)

    • To get to Mt. Erie, take exit 230 off I-5 at Burlington and take SR 20 west for about 15 minutes. Eventually you will come to a roundabout that you will need to take a left on to remain on "SR 20" that also heads out towards Deception Pass (worth seeing on its own). In a few miles you will need to turn right onto Campbell Lake Road. Mount Erie will be visible on the right. In a few more miles the Mount Erie Grocery marks the right-hand turn onto Heart Lake Road, & in one more mile the state road to the top will branch off to the right. Several miles up the winding road leads to the summit parking areas.

  • Little Si near North Bend, Washington
    • Directions (See map below. Estimated driving time from Seattle 45m)

    • To get to Exit 32 also known as Mt. Si take I-5 up to Seattle and then take I-90 east. Take exit 32 off I-90 and take a left onto 436th Avenue off the freeway.  When you come to a T in the road take a left onto SE North Bend Way. Then take a right onto Mt. Si Road. The little Si trail-head parking lot will be on your left. You will require a discover pass for your car in the parking lot, you can obtain one at the ranger station further down SE North Bend Way on the right if needed. 

  • Mt. Washington near North Bend, Washington
    • Directions (See map below. Estimated driving time from Seattle 45m)
    • ​To get to Deception Crags also known as Exit 38 in the North Bend area. Take I-90 from Seattle to exit 38. After getting off the freeway take a right and then your first right again. This should lead you to Twin Falls Trail parking lot and it will be our meeting point. The Twin Falls parking lot requires a Discover Pass or a day pass, but if you park on the street it is free.