Go Vertical has 250 climbing routes on tap at all times. Aside from walls that range in height up to 50-feet, there are a total of 13,500 square feet of climbing surfaces throughout. Plus, a separate beginner's learning area is available, as well as a wall for the kiddos.
Philadelphia Rock Gym
Oaks, Valley, East Falls, Wyncote
PRG is an excellent place to get the kids introduced to rock climbing. Thanks to youth programs—including Kinder Climb for ages 3-5, Kids Climb for ages 5 and up, and Club Team for kids 7 and up—children of all ages can learn how to safely climb indoors.
The Doylestown Rock Gym features over 12,000 feet of indoor rock climbing surfaces, featuring youth rock courses for children ages 2 and up. Even the tiniest climbers can enjoy it! Plus, parents can drop the kids off for a night of climbing and activities during a Kids' Night Out.
Clip 'N Climb at Spooky Nook Sports is a first come, first served indoor rock climbing area. Kids can climb over obstacles in the climbing arena.
Maple Shade, NJ
Elite Climbing offers a variety of rock climbing options for children of all ages, including Kids Club, birthday parties, mini camps, summer camps, classes for scouts, a youth climbing team, and rock climbing games.
The Siegel JCC has an indoor rock wall that's available for anyone aged 5 and older. Climbers must be accompanied by a Siegel JCC belayer.
The Delaware Rock Gym offers an array of rock climbing classes and walls. It even offers Student Nights, birthday parties, and more.
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