Atlanta Rocks News!

2016 Atlanta Rocks! Summer Camp Schedule

For information on Atlanta Rocks! Summer Camps, please go here. To download Atlanta Rocks! 2016 Summer Camps Brochure, please click here.

In order to create a better climbing experience for everyone, we have decided to combine week 4 and 5 climbing camp sessions together. So, please note, there will not be a climbing camp on July 18.

2016 Summer Camp Schedule*

Session 1/Session 2 — 6/20 - 6/24 (complete)
Session 3 — 6/27 - 7/1 (complete)
Session 4 — 5 7/25 - 7/29

*For a quality experience for our campers a minimum of 6 participants is required. If that minimum is not met, we will offer you a choice of moving to a different session or refund your deposit.

4th of July (Staff Celebration)

13613106_10153921864972917_8137187791297013465_oJuly 4, is one of the few days that Atlanta Rocks! is closed. Some staff and friends took the opportunity to get on the Hooch for some fun...

Beat the Heat

Nice mention of Atlanta Rocks! in the 2016 summer issue of Simply Buckhead, "Staying Cool With Kids In Buckhead."

'16-'17 Atlanta Rocks! Youth Climbing Team Tryouts

climbing_teamAtlanta Rocks! Climbing Team tryouts will be held on Monday, August 29, 2016, from 7 pm-10 pm. Ages 10-18, bring your running shoes (climbing gear will be provided if necessary). Questions? Call 404-351-3009. There will be a mandatory parent meeting on Thursday, September 1, 2016 for the parents of those who make the team.

2015 Best Climbing Gym in Atlanta

BestOf2015Atlanta Rocks! is proud to announce that the readers of Best Self Magazine have chosen Atlanta Rocks! as "Best Atlanta Climbing Wall" in their December 2015 issue (second year in a row). We appreciate the vote of confidence and will do our best to keep you climbing high in 2016 and beyond! Come get your "climb on" at Atlanta Rocks!

'15-'16 Atlanta Rocks! Youth Climbing Team


Congratulations to the following '15-'16 Atlanta Rocks! Youth Climbing Team Members...

Ben Adams, Will Adams, Prescott Bayman, Emma Bussey, Graham Childs-Goodwin, Aidan Conley, Jackson Dana, Corah Davidson, Daphne Davidson, Tess Eichenlaub, Ronan Ezell, Beau Gagnier, Kate Gagnier, Emilee Galper, Katherine Hennesey, Robbie Kane, Will Kandzari, Tommy Laricca, JD Lindauer, Neve Mills, David Montoya, Emma Oberle, Savannah Register, Aiden Reece, Gray Shiverick, Shawn Smith, Audrey Tomko, Livvie Usey, Matthew Vaughan


Sam Goodkind, Kristen Rusher, Jason Traylor

For more information on the Atlanta Rocks! Youth Climbing Team, please go here.

Short introductory climbing video shot at Atlanta Rocks! by our friends at Brown's Guides.

Climbing Hold

Important! — To provide you the best climbing experience possible, if you do not know how to belay, please call us for reservations (404-351-3009). We will be happy to discuss all your climbing options, based upon your experience, at that time. With a reservation, no experience is necessary.

An Atlanta Rocks! Waiver of Liability Agreement is required of all climbers. If the climber is under 18, it must be signed by their parent or legal guardian. Download waiver here.

Daily Rates (no staff assistance, if you know how to belay) — $15

Boulder Day Rate (no harnessed climbing of any type) — $10

Power Lunch Special (no staff assistance) — Monday-Friday, 11 am-2 pm — Climbing $10 / Bouldering $5

Quick Climb (no reservation, or previous climbing experience, required) — Six climbs on our auto-belays $15.

Novice Climb (reservation required, no experience necessary) — Includes approximately one staff member for every six climbers, harness rental and climbing shoes. Space is limited, so please call for reservations. A non-refundable deposit is required $25.

Recent Atlanta Rocks! Facebook Posts

Atlanta Rocks! Indoor Climbing Gym shared National Women's History Museum's photo.

Climbing is a main stream sport for women these days, but it wasn't back then.
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#HappyBirthday to Miriam O’Brien Underhill, pioneering mountain climber and feminist, born #OnThisDay in 1898. Underhill attended Bryn Mawr and Johns Hopkins to study physics, mathematics, and psychology. She visited the Alps for the first time as a young woman with her parents, and often spent the summers there after World War I. In 1928, Underhill completed the first expedition from the Aiguilles de Diable to Mont Blanc du Tacul in the Alps with three men. Four years later, Underhill and French climber, Alice Damesme ascended the Matterhorn, becoming the first all-women group to do so. In 1934, Underhill wrote an essay for National Geographic called “Manless Mountain Climbing,” in which she advocated for all-women climbing expeditions. Not only did she write about these expeditions, but she led many of them as well. #WomensHistory

Climbing is a main stream sport for women these days, but it wasnt back then.

Atlanta Rocks! Indoor Climbing Gym shared Calisthenic Movement's video.

Calisthenic Movement
Awesome! Climbing and swimming!
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Two climbers race to the top of a bridge. No worries if you fall, there's water to catch you. Workout Programs -►

Atlanta Rocks! Indoor Climbing Gym shared Channel 4's We're The Superhumans Trailer.

Channel 4
Yes, I can!
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There’s no such thing as can’t. Introducing our 'We're the Superhumans' trailer. Proud to be the UK Paralympic Broadcaster.

Atlanta Rocks!

Monday-Friday — 11 am-10 pm
Saturday — 12 pm-8 pm
Sunday — 12 pm-6 pm

Holiday Hours

July 4 — Closed
Thanksgiving Eve — 11 am-6 pm
Thanksgiving — Closed
Christmas Eve — 11 am-6 pm
Christmas — Closed
New Year's Eve — 11 am-6 pm
New Year's Day — Closed