Upper Limits Climbing Gym - Downtown STL, Maryland Heights & Chesterfield

Enrichment Classes & Programs

If you're looking for an exciting class that will challenge your child in a fun and supportive environment, Upper Limits offers exactly that. With three locations spanning across the greater St. Louis area, we are often adding new classes, events and camps to the schedule for kids and adults of all ages and abilities. 

Join us anytime for our one-day classes, including Rock Gym 101 (our intro to climbing class); Family Class; or Technique 101 & 201 (for beginners to accelerate their growth). We also offer a 6-week Intro-to-Climbing course, private lessons, climbing camps (happening several times throughout the year), and the opportunity to join our youth climbing team!

Climbing is a great option for all kids, but especially for those who shy away from traditional sports due to the pressure of competing against other children. Upper Limits is a safe, supportive community where children compete against themselves, to become stronger and strategic with their movement.

For more information about our classes, or to see our climbing camp and events schedule, please visit upperlimits.com

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