Half-Day Climbing & Rappelling

Take a short hike out to some of the most spectacular areas in the Gorge on this half-day adventure, trying classic climbs and rappelling from dizzying heights.

Whether you're at The Bridge Buttress with a breathtaking view of the New River Gorge Bridge or Ram's Head Rock with five major New River rapids in your sights below, the beauty alone will make you glad you came.

Our programs are geared to make you succeed. We take care of all the rigging and any technical aspects on these recreational climbs.

If you have a full day to spend on the rocks, book our Full-Day Climbing and Rappelling trip.

What’s Provided

We provide AMGA certified instructors, equipment you'll need to climb, including climbing shoes, which are for climbing only, helmets, harnesses, hardware and ropes. You'll need your own shoes while hiking and rappelling.

What to Bring

Comfortable shoes (no flip flops), a long sleeve shirt or jacket and long pants or shorts depending on the weather report, rain gear for rainy or windy days, sunglasses, sunscreen, insect repellant, drinking water and a small backpack or fanny pack.

Group Reservations

Climbing areas are heavily regulated by the National Park Service, so group sizes are limited in any given area. Therefore large groups may need to be separated. Also, no spectators are allowed, as they add to our total number and affect our instructor to guest ratio.

Requirements & Restrictions

Rock Climbing is a physically demanding sport, even at its easiest. Physical fitness and health is a must for this trip. Though we have access to climbing routes the tops of which most people can reach, it isn't always easy. Add to this the height, and you get an activity that is as challenging as it is thrilling. Rappelling on the other hand is not physically demanding, but it will take all the courage you can muster.

Trip Safety

Your guides and leaders will discuss specific safety requirements on site.

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