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Indoor Rock Climbing in Richmond, Virginia Beach, Williamsburg, Outer Banks, NC

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Virginia Beach Rock Climbing

Indoor rock climbing in Virginia Beach is a great complement to outdoor beach bumming. You catch some sun, laze about for a bit, and then work up the energy to go do some serious (or not so serious) climbing in an air-conditioned rock climbing gym. You'll see students hanging out, expert climbers training, and families with children climbing on the courses and getting a stellar workout.
College students are happy because they get to hang out with friends while working out, professional climbers are happy to train in a/c, mom is happy that her kids are getting exercise, and the kids are thrilled to be climbing up walls like monkeys! And as for the beach bums? What better way to shape up to look good in the sand than by toning muscles and burning calories on the ropes course?

Williamsburg Rock Climbing

Kids will not forget a day in Colonial Williamsburg, but they might be ready to climb a wall by the end of the day. With some luck you may be able to talk your way into some Williamsburg Rock Climbing action at the College of William and Mary. The climbing wall is open in the late afternoon and early evening. Let us know if you manage to get in.

Rock Climbing in Richmond, Virginia

Peak Experiences Indoor Climbing Center is 15 miles southwest of Richmond in Midlothian, VA. Rock climbing in Richmond is strictly an indoor sport, but the climbing community trains at Peak Experiences for weekend excursions to Shenandoah, Great Falls and popular climbing spots in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Kids love the indoor climbing wall in Richmond, as well. What starts as a fun birthday party often turn into young climbers attending weekly sessions in a youth climbing club.

North Carolina Rock Climbing

You'll find that same eclectic crowd while indoor rock climbing in North Carolina. Young, old, experienced, novice, solo, or in large groups, the crowd at the North Carolina rock climbing gyms is varied and friendly. You'll always be offered a helping hand, either by the professional climbing staff or by a helpful climber nearby. Consider rock climbing in North Carolina for your child's next birthday party—it's affordable, completely safe, a great way to encourage kids to be active, and is a unique birthday party idea that your kids won't get sick of? Looking for a creative date idea? Hit the rocks and take turn belaying each other up to the top rocks.

Virginia and North Carolina indoor rock climbing is truly some of the best in the country, because of the state-of-the-art equipment and courses and because of the friendly crowd!

Climbing Walls in Richmond, Virginia Beach, Williamsburg, North Carolina's Outer Banks

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Kitty Hawk Kites, Inc.
UNCW climbing wall
Virginia Beach Rock Gym
Virginia Wesleyan College Climbing Wall