Summer Camps Return to Cayuga Climbs
This summer, kids and teens have the exciting opportunity to learn how to climb at Cayuga Climbs, a Rev member company. Each week-long day camp will include fun, team-building activities related to climbing.
“Climbing is a fantastic way to learn new movement patterns and develop teamwork skills in a supportive, non-competitive environment,” said Keith Rosenliao, the owner of Cayuga Climbs. “In ‘solving’ how to climb a route, climbing engages both the body and the mind.”
The summer camps are open to kids between 5 and 15 years old with varying experience levels, from new to advanced.
“Climbing cultivates an extremely supportive environment because no matter the level, every climber can relate to overcoming self-doubt and fear to finish a route,” said Rosenliao. “It is common for groups — adults and kids alike — to cheer when a climber finishes a route that they have been working on for a while.”
New sessions will start every Monday from June 27 to August 22, excluding the week of July 4. Sessions will run Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Each week will host two concurrent age groups, with a maximum of 10 campers in each group.
Visit the Cayuga Climbs website for more information and to register.