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Rock your child’s summer with this camp

Camp Mesa Rim offers youth rock climbers a chance to explore their rock climbing skills — no matter what level of experience they have.

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A youth climber warms up on a traverse rock climbing wall.

A camper warms up at the beginning of camp on Mesa Rim’s traverse wall.

Photo by Mesa Rim Climbing Centers

Looking for a way to fill your child’s summer schedule and help them learn a new skill? Here’s an idea: Try a rock climbing camp at Mesa Rim, where young adventurers can experience rock climbing, learn new skills, make friends, and, of course, have fun.

Camps are offered for children ages 6-13 with activities tailored to each child based on their age and experience level. (Read: Beginners and experts alike are welcome at camp.) Under the guidance of experienced coaches, campers will learn:

  • Basic climbing movement
  • How to tie knots
  • Belaying techniques
A youth camper and coach celebrate after a climb

A youth camper celebrates with their coach after finishing a climb.

Photo by Mesa Rim Climbing Centers

They’ll also play fun, mentally challenging games and do arts and crafts, along with other engaging non-climbing activities.

Camps run weekly from Monday, June 5 through Friday, Aug. 11 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. (with extended care available). Choose between a four-day ($320) or five-day ($429) camp. Campers must bring their own lunch and must be at least 6 years old the day camp starts.

A coach spots a youth camper while bouldering.

A coach spots a youth camper while bouldering.

Photo by Mesa Rim Climbing Centers

Less talk, more chalk. Explore camp options + register your child. (Registration is open throughout the summer, but spaces are limited.)

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