Private climbing is a great activity for small groups who want to receive specialized attention from our expert guides during their climb. Pick the location that suits your group best out of four locations.
Duration: 4 hours
Group Size: Maximum 6
Ages: 8 & up (Younger climbers may be accommodated with their parents on a private booking.)
Fitness Level: This trip involves a short 10 minute hike to the climbing site. We welcome all fitness levels for this trip, but we recommend a basic fitness that allows you to hike a short distance and the willingness to try standing on your toes on a limestone wall. If you become tired on the wall, it is no problem to lower back down, take a rest, and try again.
What is included: Rock shoes, harness, helmet, all climbing gear.
What is not included: Clothing and appropriate footwear for hiking to the climbing site. We recommend comfortable clothing appropriate for the weather. This often includes a warm layer and a rain jacket. For a complete list of recommended clothing, please click here. This trip does not include lunch, so please bring a snack and some fluids.
Transportation: Included to and from climbing site
Price: $125/person + 5% GST
Group rate: If you would like a private excursion, we offer the option of booking the guide for yourself for up to a maximum of 6 people. The price for a private booking is $525.
- Per Person
Rock Climbing – Summer 2020
We have been introducing people to rock climbing and providing training courses to encourage skill development since 2007. Our rock climbing guides and instructors will show you a fun, safe and memorable time in the vertical world, whether it’s your first time or you are looking to brush up on your skills.
Experience Rock Climbing in Jasper
Trips run daily from June 5 to September 15, 2020.
This 4 hour trip will be offered twice daily between June 5 and September 15, 2020. The group meets at our Jasper office located downtown at 610 Patricia St. After getting your gear and an overview of the day, we provide transportation to the climbing site, a 20 minute drive from town. Once on site your guide will provide some basic instruction on the equipment and you will begin by learning how to use the ropes to safely lower down the cliff. Once established at the bottom, your instructor will provide simple yet effective instruction on how to use the equipment to safeguard each other on the wall, a technique called belaying. Your guide will set-up the rope systems and you will have an opportunity to climb a variety of routes ranging from “easy” to “challenging”. Your guide will ensure safety and provide coaching as you engage the challenge in a beautiful spot next to the Athabasca river. The trip returns to the office 4 hours after meeting.