Rock Climbing Level II Camp

Denver Washington Park – Rock Climbing Level II Camp

Our Level II Rock Climbing Day Camp teaches campers intermediate-level skills such as anchor building, knots, and top-rope set up on some of Colorado’s most iconic rock formations. Supported by our top-notch instructors, campers will go beyond the basics while ascending a range of routes and rock types.

Rock Climbing Camp Level II Prerequisites:

  • I have completed Avid4 Adventure’s Rock Climbing Single-sport Camp.
  • During the school year, I participate in rock climbing activities with family, friends, or at a local rock gym.
  • I can identify and fit all integral climbing equipment, including helmet, harness, and shoes.
  • I know my basic knots and can tie myself in properly to my harness. I have rappelled off of a rock wall.
  • I can belay my peers.

If you have any questions about whether Rock Climbing Level II Day Camp is right for your child, please give us a call at 800-977-9873.

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Camp Price $459
Ext Care AM/PM $25/$75
Lunch $22.50

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Climbing & Bouldering Technique

Equipment Practice

Authentic Climbing

Places We Go: Clear Creek Canyon, Morrison Cliffs, Tiers of Zion Crag, North Table Mountain

Campers advance their climbing skills through tackling higher grades and varying rock types. Focus will be on introducing new techniques, some of which include stemming a corner, flagging a big move, toe hooking an arete, smearing a slab, and mastering a crack.

Campers get comfortable with their carabiners, stoppers, camalots and belay devices as they practice anchor setup, traditional gear placement, and advancing their knot knowledge.

Places We Go: Clear Creek Canyon, Morrison Cliffs, Tiers of Zion Crag, North Table Mountain

Every day, we take campers out to climb at some of the best crags, tackling a range of rock types, styles and levels of difficulty at renowned sites. 


While no outdoor adventure is totally risk-free, we work hard to keep your kids safe. Every activity starts with a discussion about the risks involved -- what they are, how to prevent them, how to respond if something goes wrong -- so kids learn how to approach challenges with intelligence and skill.