Destination Climbing

We have all seen the photos. We have all had the dreams.

It’s time to go climbing.

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Red Rock, Nevada

THE classic American destination for shoulder season climbing. Whether you want to get a jump start on your season in the spring, send your dream route in the fall, or simply sample the famous walls and crags of Red Rock, this sunny destination is hard to beat. With reliable weather, easy access from Las Vegas, and canyons that host a lifetime of climbing, this is a place to return to again and again.

Now accepting bookings for April 2019.

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Joshua tree, california

Sunny granite climbing an otherworldly landscape. Joshua Tree boasts thousands of routes on crags and domes that range from 1 to 4 pitches tall, and, while it has numerous hard routes, it is perhaps best known as a destination for traditional routes of moderate difficulty (5.5 - 5.9). Face, slab and crack; it has all the granite styles on engaging and interesting, sticky stone. A rock playground for all. Located just 2.5 hours from the Los Angeles Airport.

Now accepting bookings for April 2019.

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go bigger, go further

Is there somewhere you’ve always dreamed about climbing? Whether it is the High Sierra of California, the sandstone desert of Utah, the Southern Andes of Chile, or some mountain range in between, let’s chat. Certain areas require permitting and/or internationally-recognized certifications that may limit possibilities, but that still leaves plenty of options on the table.