Climbing Walls & Towers

Jackson County, Oregon

Rogue Rock Gym; Medford. Rock climbing gym. roguerockgym.com. (541) 245-2665.

ScienceWorks Hands-on Museum; Ashland. Offers a “Geologic Climb through Time” outdoor climbing wall. Visitors of all ages can enjoy a hands-on/feet-on experience traversing through a fossil record from Precambrian to present day, learning Earth’s history by discovering fossils from different time periods. Free. http://www.scienceworksmuseum.org. 1500 E. Main St. (541) 482-6767.

Shasta County

Rare Air Trampoline Park; Redding. Offers a new 20×20 sq ft climbing wall for all-ages indoor fun. Assisted by staff, ages 5 & up climb using a belay system (ask about weight requirements). The wall makes a great party add on. Cost options are climb-only, or climb+jump in 10,000 sq ft of trampoline space. http://www.rareairpark.com. 3625 Old 44 Dr. (530) 221-1206.

Shasta Rock Club; Redding. Redding’s only indoor rock-climbing gym offers fun & challenging routes for climbers of all abilities, sizes, shapes & ages. From grades V0 to V8; V9 & V10 routes will be added as climbers achieve that level. A route-setting team sets creative new routes each month. Also offers classes (including “Bouldering 101” for new climbers), youth camps, a Summer Climb Club for ages 6-17,
& guided outdoor climbing trips. shastarockclub.com. 1835 Keystone Court. (530) 567-4086.

Siskiyou County

Shasta Base Camp; Mt. Shasta. Indoor 20×12 sq ft rock wall. All ages welcome; fee by donation. Lessons available. Children under age 12 must be supervised by an adult. 308 S. Mt. Shasta Blvd. (530) 926-2359.

Siskiyou Family YMCA; Yreka. Climbing tower & boulder wall for all ages of climbers. Climb Monday & Thursday evenings. $5/climbing pass or $7 for full-facility pass; members free. http://www.siskiyou-ymca.org. 350 N. Foothill Dr. (530) 842-9622.

Updated December 2016 LS
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Updated: Dec 30, 2016 @ 1:13 am