Colorado Rock Climbing Camps and Programs

When looking for a rock climbing camp, parents should know that they are divided up into indoor rock climbing camps, outdoor camps and camps that offer a little of each. Generally, outdoor rock climbing is recommended for older children anSee More »

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    Outward Bound

    For 50 years and with more than 1 million participants, Outward Bound continues to be the premier provider of experience-based outdoor leadership programs. A national nonprofit, we offer over 500 adventure-based courses year-round serving youth (starting at age 12), teens and adults.

    Course activities include rock climbing, sea kayaking, backpacking, mountaineering, canyoneering, skiing and snowboarding, sailing, dog sledding, canoeing and whitewater rafting in some of the most beautiful and inspiring wilderness areas across the nation. No matter the activity, courses focus on learning through experience, compassion, leadership and...

    Cheley Colorado Camps

    A summer at Cheley Colorado Camps means spending time hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, rafting, paddle boarding, mountain biking, and playing in the beautiful Rocky Mountains. Wake up each morning to the fresh mountain air, views of peaks that soar to 14,000 feet, and the laughter of your fellow campers. Since 1921, Cheley Colorado Camps has welcomed more than 50,000 young people from every state and more than a dozen countries, including many second, third, and now fourth generation Cheley campers. Offering two traditional 4-week terms, a 5-night program for younger campers interested in a taste of camp, a family camp, and more, Cheley hosts...

    Eagle Lake Camps

    • Colorado Springs, CO U.S.A.


    Outpost Wilderness Adventure

    • Lake George, CO U.S.A.

    Kent Mountain Adventure Center

    • Estes Park, CO U.S.A.

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      About Colorado Rock Climbing Camps and Programs

      When looking for a rock climbing camp, parents should know that they are divided up into indoor rock climbing camps, outdoor camps and camps that offer a little of each. Generally, outdoor rock climbing is recommended for older children anSee More »