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

Sports, Recreation & Fitness

Whether your child is naturally athletic or strays away from the competitiveness of traditional sports such as soccer or baseball, climbing is an excellent choice. At Upper Limits, children can climb at their own speed and ability level, and compete against themselves to become stronger and strategic with their movements. And, it's a ton of fun! Climbing is an awesome alternative to the more traditional sports because, in addition to building strength, flexibility, and coordination, it promotes self-esteem and confidence. 

At Upper Limits, we offer a variety of climbing options for kids and adults. Climb any time during our open climb hours or check out one of our monthly events, such as glow-in-the-dark "Cosmic Climb" at the Chesterfield location. We also have a youth climbing team for kids ages 7-18 who are interested in experiencing the thrill of competition climbing and climbing on a regular basis. Other climbing experiences include birthday parties, indoor climbing classes, team building workshops, summer and winter camps, scout nights to earn badges, and more.

To learn more, please visit upperlimits.com

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