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Indoor Rock Climbing at TRG

Hosted by the Consul of the Houston Indoor Rock Climbing Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Thu 07 Sep 07:00 - 08:30

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Once or Twice a month, I thought it would be nice to lead some people on a indoor rock climbing educational trip at the Texas Rock Gym from 7:00pm - 8:30 pm as we will be organizing some outdoor rock climbing in the future. If you are interested, we can get you in for a day pass for $10 but you must message me and pay in advance (normally it is $19).

This discount applies to men and ladies. Myself and a few friends can help and act as your belayers and "coaches" for the evening. If you don't have a equipment we can also get you the harness and shoes for a discounted price of $5. Normally, the harness costs $4 separately and the belay class, shoes, and chalk bag (all of which are optional- although I would highly recommend renting the shoes which are better than tennis shoes cost $6 more) will cost extra if you want those.

You must pay in advance for those items. (and it is non-refundable). NOTE: YOU DO NOT have to do the belay class if you are just climbing, however, if you want to learn to belay, than you need to take the class (cost is an an additional but optional $10). My recommendation is try climbing first before learning to belay.

If you are interested just signup, and mssg me to pay in advance and come on down. I will try and do this twice a month and post the next outdoor/climbing trip shortly afterwards.
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Dress code: casual (t-shirt, shorts/cargo pants/sweats, etc...)

If you commit, you should do your best to show up on time as I and the other volunteers will be there twiddling my thumbs otherwise.
We will start right away so don't be late (remember no refunds).

Payments are non-refundable and can be done through paypal, google wallet, square cash or wells fargo surepay (sorry, no payments at the door since I have been unfortunately let down on two separate occasions in trusting people...its nothing personal and I hope everyone understands that we are just volunteers trying to share our love of climbing).

Hope to see you there,

James