This is a cavernous indoor rock climbing gym filled with challenging formations. Climbers can choose between thousands of ... More
Mission Cliffs Rock Climbing Center
This is a cavernous indoor rock climbing gym filled with challenging formations. Climbers can choose between thousands of feet of towering walls, as well as "The Crack", "The Cave," and other unique, ingenious setups. The gym also features a full weight room. Climbers must pass a "belay test" to use the facilities. Classes for neophytes start at $30. The staff is helpful, friendly, and completely dedicated to the sport.
The Mission Cliffs is a great spot for rock-climbing. There are tons of walls there, and the friendly, helpful staff will rent you any equipment you need. As you progress, you attempt to make it up the wall only using certain colored handholds. Various routes are given a "difficulty" rating, so you know what you're getting into. At some spots, the walls curve inward or even almost upside down, so there's plenty to keep you challenged. There's a separate area for bouldering if you don't have a partner to belay for you. Prices seem pretty competitive. It's a fun way to spend the afternoon!
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