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 Program Details

At Family Climb parents belay (hold the ropes) for their kids! It a great way to participate with your younger kids. No, you don't have to climb yourself, but just hold the ropes. If you do want to give it a try, we have auto-belays that you can clip yourself into and climb.

Daily Rate:
1st Child: $20.00
Add'l Child: $10.00 ea.
Parents: Free

First-Timers must pre-book.

Monthly Rate:
1 Child: $60.00
2 Children: $90.00 ea.
Parents: Free

Monthly Family Climb payments qualify for $1,000 Tax Credit

 Gri-Gri Training

If you do not already know hold to belay, then our staff is there to get you belaying quickly and safely using the Gri-Gri belay device. Our Gri-Gri instruction is not a full belay course and you will only be permitted to belay with supervision. If you would like a full course in belaying, book a Belay Lesson with one of our certified instructors.

If you would like some help for you and your kids with basic level climbing skills or advice on what to climb, our coaches are on the floor and available to assist your family.

 Birthday Parties

Yes, we do offer Birthday Party packages as well as groups options for Schools, clubs and corporate functions.

You and your friends will have a blast when you book your next party or function with us.

Cross Training
Rock Climbing is a great way to cross-train for many other sports. Climbing works on core, forearm, shoulders and grip strength as well as balance and body awareness. Want you team to be stronger at their sport; have them climb regularly and you will see results.

 Sport Can Model

Family Climb is a fun climbing program for families with young kids that complies with the Canada Sport for Life Fitness Model. At this stage, parents and kids will have a chance to discover and develop skills in the sport of climbing. Parents can build on the fundamental skills of climbing at Adult Night and kids can do the same in Spider Kids as well as develop a higher level of understanding of movement and awareness on the wall.

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