Upper Limits President's Day Youth Clinic

Monday, February 18, 2019
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Kids who have a day off for President's Day are invited to attend an Upper Limits Climbing Clinic. Upper Limits Climbing Gym is a safe environment where kids age 7-15 have fun while building strength and self-confidence. Activities at the clinic include an introduction to climbing equipment, open climbing with staff instructors, climbing techniques, games, team-building activities and more. 

Clinics will be held Friday, Feb. 15 and Monday, Feb. 18 from noon to 5 p.m. at Upper Limits locations downtown, in Chesterfield and in Maryland Heights. 

Cost is $60 per participant. Members receive 15% off. 

Sign up here for the downtown clinics

Sign up here for the Chesterfield clinics

Sign up here for the Maryland Heights clinics

 

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