Learn the basics of outdoor rock climbing at any of the 6 spectacular outdoor climbing locations. The Intro to Outdoor RockClimbing trip is designed for first time climbers (no indoor or outdoor experience) and for those who would like to transition from indoor gym climbing to climbing on real rock in the great outdoors. The Intro trips are also good for intermediate climbers as the guides setup a multitude of easy, medium and hard climbs.
The Intro trip runs frequently and is usually on the calendar at least once every weekend April – October. We try to schedule the Intro trip at different locations each weekend, giving you the opportunity to climb the VTS 6-crag circuit.
You will have ample opportunity to put to practice your newly acquired skills as you top-rope climb cliffs of various heights on a multitude of routes with unique rock types and features.
- 4 climbers – $75/climber
- 3 climbers – $95/climber
- 2 climbers – $130/climber
- 1 climber – $240
Trip Length: 1 Day | 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Trip Size: 1:6 guide to client ratio with a maximum of 12 clients.
General Location: High Rocks State Park, Pipersville, PA, 18947. Bucks County near Doylestown and only 20 minutes from New Hope. Click HERE for full description.
Dates: April 6 | May 4 & 25 | June 8 & 30
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General Location: Birdsboro, PA, 19508. Berks County near Pottstown and French Creek State Park. Click HERE for full description.
Dates: April 13 & 28 | May 11 | June 2
General Location: Columbia, PA, 17512. Lancaster County near Chickies Rock County Park and York and Ephrata PA. Click HERE for full description.
Dates: April 20 | May 18 | June 15
Dates: April 27 | June 23
General Location: Gardners, PA 17324. Pine Grove Furnace State Park. In the northern section of Michaux State Forest and centrally located to Harrisburg, Gettysburg, Shippensburg, Chambersburg, Carlisle & Mechanicsburg. Click HERE for full description.
General Location: South Mountain, PA 17261. In the southern section of Michaux State Forest and centrally located to Harrisburg, Gettysburg, Chambersburg, Carlisle & Mechanicsburg. Click HERE for full description.