Climbing Walls


The HRCA's two climbing walls caters to the most daring. The aqua climbing wall challenges participants to get to the top before falling back into the pool. The 30 foot high traditional climbing wall has a variety of routes to test all skill levels. 

Climbing Wall at Eastridge

The following climbing wall schedule is subject to change due to special events and staffing. All participants must be at least seven years of age.

Climbing Wall Schedule:

May 27 – August 11
August 12 – May 26

Private Instruction

During a one-hour private lesson, participants learn rope skills, climbing technique, movement, and hand and foot skills. Lessons must be scheduled in advance; call 303-471-8917.

Lesson(s)
One-hour
Member

Program Guest

 Private  $20$25
 Five-pack $80$100
 Semi-private*$15 $20
*Maximum of six people.


Birthday Parties

Party reservations are available Saturdays and Sundays between noon and 4:00 p.m. If the wall is not reserved for a party during these hours, it will be open to all climbers. For more information, contact David Isham at 303-471-8917.

Birthday Party Information 


Bouldering and Belay

Bouldering (i.e. traversing right and left without being roped in) and belay are allowed when no staff is present. If an individual is belay-certified, he/she may obtain equipment and belay other individuals. Classes are Tuesday’s, Thursday’s, and Saturday’s, 6:00 to 7:00 p.m.

Orientation

This basic climbing class covers the HRCA policies, rules and procedures, as well as basic techniques like using a harness, attaching harness to rope, and belay commands. All participants must be at least seven years of age to use the climbing wall. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult. All participants must have a waiver completed; children 17 and under must have waiver filled out by parent or legal guardian. See the climbing wall schedule for class times.


Eastridge Climbing Wall Waiver 2019


Aqua Climbing Wall at Northridge

Northridge’s 12-foot high Aqua Climbing Wall is angled over the water, so when you fall, you fall back into the water. Located next to the diving board in the dive well at the indoor pool. If you haven’t tried it, it is a must. I bet you can’t reach the top!

Aqua Climbing Wall Rules

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