Summer Camp - Ropes and Rock Week - Seattle - 2018

Youth Program

Summer Camp - Ropes and Rocks

Kids will learn all about climbing activities during this week of camp!

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Become an explorer like Lynn Hill! She completed the first free ascent of the Nose of El Capitan in Yosemite! Hill’s climbing has inspired generations of climbers to get outside and push the limits. Push your limits:

Kids will have a chance to try climbing, rappelling, and belaying culminating with an outdoor climb for our explorers 10 and over. This week will include fun games and activities, an earth stewardship component and outdoor skills development, all led by skilled instructors.

During Ropes and Rock week, the camp will take an off-site field trip. Our 7-9-year-old campers will have the opportunity to visit the Cedar River Watershed museum.  This will be a naturalist-guided tour and introduction to the museum.  Our 10-12-year-old campers will have the opportunity to try climbing outside at Exit 38.

The camp day runs from 9am to 4pm. Drop off starts at 8:45am and pick up begins at 3:50pm.  We are offering extended care this year. For extended care: drop off anytime between 7:45-8:45 am (except Mondays) and pick up anytime between 4-5:30.
Please see the FAQ page for answers to more frequently asked questions about Seattle Mountaineers summer camp.
Program Requirements
Program Activity Date Availability Leader
Summer Camp In-Town Day
Seattle Program Center
Fri, Jul 27, 2018
Registration closed Jul 26
1 participant
6 instructors
Required Equipment

 Daily Pack List:

  • Backpack
  • Bag Lunch
  • Swim Wear
  • Sun Block
  • Snacks
  • Close toed shoes
  • Towel
  • Layers
  • Stoke!
Program Materials

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