Can I bring my children to climb?

Absolutely! There is no minimum age to climb, but there is a minimum weight to climb, which is 40 pounds. 

Kids of all ages love to climb, though typically kids age 7 and up will have more stamina for a longer session. Please note that anyone under 18 years of age must have a waiver signed by their parent or legal guardian, so if you are bringing along nieces, nephews or friends of your children, you will need to have them sign one ahead of time for you to bring with you to the Wall.

Activity Waiver

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1. How do I get started climbing?
2. Do I need to take a lesson in order to climb?
3. What does the Introduction to Climbing Class cover?
4. What is the difference between bouldering, top-roping, and lead climbing?
5. What is “Belaying?"
6. What is the minimum age to climb?
7. What is the minimum age to belay?
8. Who can I call for more information?
9. Do I need a climbing partner?
10. How can I find a climbing partner?
11. Do I need to make a reservation to climb?
12. What should I wear and bring with me?
13. Can I bring my children to climb?
14. I already know how to belay, but my friend doesn’t. Can I teach them?
15. Isn’t climbing really dangerous?