Once our group has gathered, we begin our day by going on a nature walk. Along the way the kids learn about animals, plants and rocks as well as how to tread lightly in our natural habitat. Our well educated guides are able to clearly communicate California's natural history and biology to the group of children.
When the group is warmed up and knows each other a little better, we setup at the beautiful sandstone cliffs. Here kids get a first hand experience of what it is like to scale a real rock wall in the outdoors. The program progressively works with youth on developing skills to rock climb, including belaying, climbing skills and controlled rappelling.
Intermittent nature walks teach about the local eco-system and allow the kids to relax and unwind from climbing.
Our eventful day ensures that your child will have an unforgettable experience that is healthy, educational as well as inspiring.
Treks and Tracks provides all safety equipment including personal safety devices such as helmets, harnesses and belay devices as well as climbing shoes.
Class cost: Call (650)557-4893 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for sign-up deal
-$545 for one kid
-$945 for two kids
-$1445 for three kids
*Kids are not required to be from the same family to get sign-up deals
Course requires a minimum of six kids to run the course
*no one day drop in rate, please check our 3 day youth rock climbing camp for drop in deals
Our camps are hosted in three of California's beautiful State parks; Castle Rock State Park, Montebello open space perserve, and Big Basin State Park.
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Climb 2-3 rock routes with instruction per day
Learn how to belay
The meeting of new friends who love the outdoors
Treks and Tracks provides all climbing equipment including:
Ropes, Belay devices
Comfortable and weather appropriate clothing
Lunch and/or snack
1-2 liters of water
A day pack
Sturdy walking shoes or boots