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Group Rock Climbing

Group rock climbing in Vail, Colorado is an excellent choice for family outings,  school groups, birthdays, corporate groups and more.  Look to our Colorado Rock Climbing page for more private rock climbing outings and courses.

Come support and cheer each other on as you enjoy an inspiring day of group rock climbing and rappelling in the Colorado Rockies. With moderate temperatures, and over 300 days of sunshine, you’ll see why summer time in Vail, Colorado is a favorite among new and seasoned rock climbers alike.

Challenge, motivate, energize and play! Whether you’re looking to bring a climbing group closer together or just want to share an amazing day of rock climbing, Apex is ready to help. Along with being a rewarding and fun experience, you’ll develop lasting memories, increased trust, and bonding throughout your group’s rock climbing adventure.

By far the best guided climbing trip I have been on. Great instruction, good level of pushing my abilities and a super friendly guide, hope to be back again!                               -Jonathan Nelson

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Group rock climbing is available to all ages, fitness and ability levels. No experience necessary.

Apex provides all technical gear (i.e. climbing shoes, harnesses, helmets, belay equipment, ropes, etc.) for your Colorado rock climbing outing. See the gear list tab above for a list of personal items to bring along on your outing.

Advanced reservations are recommended, not required. Ready to sign up? To register, click the Book It tab above. You may also call (970) 949-9111 or use our contact page.



What to bring:

  • Waterproof shell
  • Tennis shoes or trail shoes (no open-toed shoes) for approach
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • 32oz. water per person
  • Snacks
  • No short shorts

You may also want to consider:

  • Synthetic clothing
  • Ice cold fluids
  • Lip balm
  • Camera

Apex Mountain School provides:

  • Climbing Shoes
  • Harnesses (42”/44” max)
  • Helmets
  • Ropes, Belay Devices, Anchors
  • Professional guide and instruction