Stay tuned for our USA Climbing spring competition. For our fall boulder competition please visit usaclimbing.org
March 22nd – April 3rd Rock Madness is going to be just a wee bit different this year. This years competition will actually run for TWO WEEKS (Monday-Saturday). To enable social distancing, competitors must reserve a two hour time slot to compete. During their session they will be able to attempt as many routes as they like, but only the 5 highest scoring routes will be counted. But you are not limited to one day of competition. You have 2 weeks to climb, and are encouraged to work the routes before submitting your score card. So try something different with us this year and let’s have some fun!
Gym-to-Crag course Course Description: Our Gym-to-Crag course is designed to introduce climbers to outdoor climbing and top-rope set-up, as well as rappelling and other skills. Pre-requisites: Previous climbing experience Ability to climb a minimum of 5.8 Belay experience is required Age 18 and above unless accompanied by a parent Price: $75 gym members / $85 non-gym members Space limited to 6 students
Boulder League is our summer-long competition series to keep you in shape. Running from June 14th through August 1st, the competition runs all week long so you can come in and climb anytime. New boulder problems test both the novice climber and the experienced veteran. We use a handicap system so that anyone can win, no matter how hard you climb. We’re playing a little bit different this year 16 boulders will be up for two weeks. Pick your teams of 4! You’ll be able to earn point by logging your climbs. 16 New boulders every two weeks. Problems will be up for 2 weeks. You can climb any day of the week! Just log your climbs in the kaya app for scoring. All scores will be posted weekly. Awards will be given at the end of the summer. Registration 5/6/21- 6/20/21 to receive a t-shirt. Boulder league Competition starts 6/14/21-8/1/21 Cost $20 To score the competition we will be using the Kaya climbing app. If you don’t have an account you can create one here: After you have an account you can sign-up for Boulder League here: FAQ: Does my team all need to climb at the same level? -No. With the handicap scoring system climbers of all abilities can compete on equal footing. What is Kaya? -Kaya is an app used for logging all your climbs indoors and outdoors. They also allow gym to setup competitions like this one. What Handicap should I setup? -Good question select a V difficulty that would take you about a week to climb. After climbing this climb you will receive the max…
Indoor rock climbing is a great way for children to build self-confidence while getting great exercise. Climbing is an individual sport which allows students to grow at his or her own pace. Our courses cater to each individual’s needs and are taught in a highly supportive group environment. Any level of climber will be challenged but not overwhelmed. Our trained staff will help your kids learn about the sport they can enjoy for a lifetime. Booking Register for Rock Geckos ages 6-8 Register for Stone Monkeys ages 8-11
NOV 16th-28th Boulder Bash is going to be just a wee bit different this year. This years competition will actually run for TWO WEEKS (Monday-Saturday). To enable social distancing, competitors must reserve a two hour time slot to compete. During their session they will be able to attempt as many problems as they like, but only the 5 highest scoring problems will be counted in the score. But you are not limited to one day of competition. You have 2 weeks to climb, and are encouraged to work the problems before submitting your score card. So try something different with us this year and let’s have some fun!
If you are ready to make the move from top-roped climbing into lead, or just want to refresh your skills, this is the class for you. Our trained instructors will teach the fundamentals of lead climbing in the gym and prepare you for climbing outside. This two-hour class covers knots and safety, rope management and care, gear selection and use, climbing, belaying and falling. Lead climbing is serious business, so take the time to protect yourself and get trained by a professional. Class participants should already have their own shoes and harness and feel comfortable climbing 5.9 top rope. Participants must be at least 13 years of age.
Training Strategies Clinic Clinic Description: This clinic is designed to help people maximize personal training for climbing. Participants will be introduced to exercises and routines outside of “just” climbing that will have a dramatic impact on strengthening climbing related muscle groups. This is a great opportunity for those that are stuck at a plateau or just want an accessible introduction to how one can use the weight area to improve their climbing. Pre-requisites: Minimum 6 months climbing experience Climb a minimum of 5.9 in the gym without falling or hanging Being able to lead climb is not required, however, if students want to lead during the clinic they must get lead certified at the gym PRIOR to the clinic date. Investment: $25 gym members / $30 non-gym members Space limited to 12 students
Anchor Cleaning & Rappelling Clinic Description: You got to the top, now what? This clinic is designed to help people gain a better understanding of cleaning anchors in an outdoor lead climbing situation. Instructor Chet Tribett will teach the safest methods to clean anchors and lower or rappel back to the ground. This is not a lead climbing class. Prior experience lead climbing is required. Pre-requisites: Minimum 6 months climbing experience Climb a minimum of 5.9 in the gym without falling or hanging Being able to lead climb is required. Investment: $25 gym members / $30 non-gym members Space limited to 6 students
Are you looking to improve your technique and take your climbing to the next level? Then a session with one of our personal trainers may be what you need to break through the barriers that are holding back your climbing. One-on-one instruction can help to guide you as you seek to improve and become a better climber. Please call to set up your personal training session.
Join Team LRCC as we travel to Argentina for a climb of Aconcagua (22,841′). This is the highest mountain in South America, the highest peak in the world outside of the Himalaya, and one of the fabled 7 Summits. After trekking to base camp (the 2nd largest in the world after Everest) we will begin acclimatizing and preparing for our summit push. All of our equipment is carried to base camp by mules so we can travel light. We follow the theory of climb high and sleep low as we move through a series of camps while ascending Aconcagua. We have also included several weather/extra days days in the schedule to allow more time to attempt the summit climb. This plan will help us to acclimatize better and greatly increases our chance to summit. The Normal Route is non-technical, but physically demanding. The climb includes all the logistics and challenges of climbing a big mountain. The altitude and extreme weather can challenge any climber. Climbing Aconcagua does require some basic mountaineering skills. Team members should be familiar with ice axes and crampons, but equally important are strong backpacking skills. This is a challenging route for any climber, novice or experienced alike and an ideal choice for those with some high altitude, general mountaineering experience such as Kilimanjaro, Mount Elbrus, and the Mexican or Ecuador Volcanoes. For more information and a detailed itinerary please contact Logan at LRCC.
Climb to the roof of Africa as we venture to Mt. Kilimanjaro (elev. 19341′). Our team will tackle the Lemosho route over 8 days as we attempt to reach the highest point in Africa, Uhuru Peak on Mt. Kilimanjaro. With porters to carry the heavy loads, our team will have day-packs as we acclimatize on our hike through the rain forest to the alpine desert. Each night a gourmet meal is created by our camp chef to keep us fed and energized. Well trained and knowledgeable guides will keep us healthy and teach us about the local flora and fauna along the way. This is the trip of a lifetime, don’t miss out!
*We will be spending most of the trip in the mountains outside of populated areas to help protect from potential covid-19 exposure. Our Mountaineering Skills Course (Dec 15th-23rd) will give you the foundation, skills and the experience necessary to start your mountaineering career. We will travel to Ecuador and train on the slopes of a volcano, then finish our trip with a summit attempt of Cayambe. Once we arrive in Ecuador, the team will meet their guides and begin getting geared up. We will start our trip rock climbing near Quito to help us acclimate. We will travel to Otavlo, visit the market and hike to Mojanda & Fuya Fuya (13,986′). Another acclimatization climb on Illiniza Norte (16,615′) will further prepare us for what lies ahead; two days camping on the glacier and learning skills necessary for a summit attempt of Cayambe (18,996′). This trip includes all in-country travel and lodging. A 3-month membership is included along with personal training to help prepare you for the trip. International airfare, trip & travel insurance, meals in town, and tips are not included. Mountaineering boots, crampons, and ice axes are available for rent in Quito. Trip dates TBD. For more information and a detailed itinerary please contact Logan at LRCC.
There’s much more to climbing than just pulling yourself up one rock at a time. If you want to improve your climbing this is the class for you. Learn about hand placement and grip, footwork, training and injury prevention.
Yoga is an excellent way to strengthen the body, improve flexibility, and stabilize the core. Our weekly Yoga for Climbers Class is held Monday and Wednesday nights and is conducted by experienced and qualified yoga instructors, who are also dedicated rock climbers. Even if you’ve never been to a yoga class, you can jump right in and get started. The class is free for members and is included with the purchase of a day pass on Monday or Wednesday.