Family Night at Edgeworks

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Climbing with your kids just got that much better!

Edgeworks’ Family Night offers $10 day passes with FREE gear rental. Price includes access to 6 auto belays and lots of lower level bouldering for those with little to no experience.  Top rope climbing is available to those who pass our belay test. So come on in for some active and challenging family fun!

When? The FOURTH SATURDAY of every month from 5pm – 10pm

NEXT Family Night: Saturday, July 27, 2019.

Fine print: 
– Adults must be accompanied by 1 or more children.
– Children must be under 18 years of age.
– Maximum 2 adults and 3 children.
– Youth 13 and younger must be directly supervised by an adult at all times.

Member Set Event

Monday, July 22, 2019

5:00pm – 9:30pm | 3 – 90 minute sessions

Want to learn what it takes to be a route setter?

Here’s your chance! Join Edgeworks’ head route setter, Joe Stangel, for an evening of pure route setting joy – Monday, July 22, 5pm – 9:30pm.

This is a beginner clinic designed to introduce climbers to the art of route setting. You will learn basic setting practices, have the opportunity to set your very own boulder problem, and get professional feedback.

This event is open to Edgeworks members only! (ages 16+)

Sign up online for your 90-minute setting session: 

 – Session 1: 5:00 – 6:30
 – Session 2: 6:30 – 8:00
 – Session 3: 8:00 – 9:30

6 spots available for each session; 18 total. 

Summer Memberships

Available: June 1 – August 31, 2019

Summer Membership: $174

Only in town for the summer months? Then this is the Edgeworks membership for you!

Purchase now to get the most out of this awesome deal – 3 months of climbing, fitness classes, and socials.

PLUS, unlike our 30-day intro passes, you’ll also get to enjoy all the great perks and benefits that come with being an Edgeworks member including guest passes and discounts!

Summer memberships expire August 31, 2019 regardless of purchase date.

SUMMER MEMBERSHIP: only $174!
GREAT SAVINGS! 
BUY NOW

Monthly Climbers’ Social


July 2, 2019 – Table Bouldering

Climbinggames, competitions, prizes, FREE BEER!, and social time with friends (old and new), it doesn’t get much better than this!

The FIRST TUESDAY of every month, we invite you to be part of the Edgeworks community: meet other climbers, share stories, get tips from our staff, and have fun.

These events are also an opportunity for us to support the awesome work of our friends over at the American Alpine Club and Access Fund by providing discounted day passes to the members of either group. If you’re not already familiar with the work these two organizations do to keep outdoor climbing areas open and conserve the climbing environment we all enjoy, we invite you check them out and get involved. 

As always, our Climbers’ Social evenings are FREE! for Edgeworks members.
$10 for AAC and Access Fund members
$18 for everyone else.

Discounted day passes available after 6pm; social and activities begin at 7pm.
Join us for the FUN!

NEXT UP:

July 2, 2019 – Table Bouldering
Compete to see how many times you can loop around several different tables without touching the floor!

August 6, 2019 – Summer Party
Food trucks, lawn games and good times!

FREE Beer! For those who are old enough, our monthly Climbers Socials also feature delicious pours from a local brewery. (Ciders and other non-alcoholic drinks also available.)

College Night

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Students climb for just $10!

The 2nd Saturday of every month, round up your roommates, classmates, and friends for College Night at Edgeworks!

$10 day passes w/ FREE gear rental.

5pm – 10pm. Valid student ID required.

Bouldering… Auto Belays… Top Rope (belay certification required)… Lots of climbing and NO age restrictions. It’s that simple. So bring your friends, climb on, and have FUN!

Next College Night: Saturday, July 13, 2019 – 5pm – 10pm

As always, Edgeworks members climb for FREE!

Member Spotlight July 2019

Cole Cook

Member since March 2019

How did you start climbing?

Cole: A few months ago I was my daughter and I heard about Edgeworks online and decided to try it out. We completely fell in love with it and have been going steadily ever since.

Why do you climb at Edgeworks?

Cole: I love to climb at Edgeworks because it’s an amazing facility, all the staff are great and I’ve met a bunch of friends there. Everyone there is awesome and very helpful.

What do you do when you’re not climbing?

Cole: When I’m not climbing I’m usually working and spending time with my family and friends.

Where is your favorite place to climb outside?

Cole: I have not yet climbed outside but plan on making a trip to exit 38 very soon.

What are some interesting facts that you’d like to share with the Edgeworks community?

Cole: I love being outside other than rock climbing my favorite hobby would definitely be snowboarding. I like doing anything active I can’t stand sitting around. 

Which do you prefer: top rope, lead, or bouldering?

Cole: I’ve only been climbing for about three months and I recently started lead climbing which I’m completely addicted to. 

FREE! Tuesday Night Clinics

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June 18, 2019 – Gear Placement

The 3rd Tuesday of every month our experienced, professional, and certified Edgeworks staff will lead a different clinic – from movement to gear and training techniques.  Schedules and topics will be posted monthly and online registrations will be made available in advance of each clinic.

Registration is FREE for members but space is limited so be sure to SIGN-UP early to claim your spot and take advantage of this cool member perk!

UPCOMING CLINICS:

June 18, 2019 – Gear Placement
Being able to place solid protection is the foundation of safe rock climbing. This clinic will address both passive and active protection.

July 16th, 2019 – Training For Endurance
Love to get pumped? Endurance fatigue is something all climbers look to overcome. We’ll offer training tips to help you climb longer routes and increase the length of your sessions.

Space is limited. Sign up online to reserve your spot! 

Member Spotlight June 2019

Emily Anderson 

Member since January 2018

How did you start climbing?

Emily: My first experience climbing was when I was 17 and living in Colorado. I went with my brother and his friend to North Table Mountain in Golden. I immediately loved it, but didn’t start regularly climbing until I moved to WA several years later and decided to get a membership at Edgeworks.

Why do you climb at Edgeworks?

Emily: Edgeworks has a very special, welcoming community. I always tell people, I have never been to a gym where I have met so many friendly and genuinely awesome individuals. I also love all the unique spaces and different ways you can challenge yourself physically in addition to the walls, like the campus boards, weight rooms, and yoga studio. I also often do homework and work on my computer at the upstairs tables. Really, Edgeworks has become a bit of a second home.

What do you do when you’re not climbing?

Emily: When I am not climbing, you can probably find me at work or at school. I am a server at Stack 571 Whiskey bar and a student at the University of Washington-Tacoma, studying Psychology and Education. I also really enjoy playing acoustic guitar and singing, hanging out with my family and friends, and hiking/backpacking around the PNW!

Where is your favorite place to climb outside?

Emily: So far, I have only been climbing outside in three different places. Once in Golden, Leavenworth, and exit 38, so really I have just started to dip my toes in outdoor climbing. Although I love the scenery and atmosphere of climbing in Leavenworth, I would have to say as of now I really enjoy sport climbing and all the options for sport that exit 38 has for this. That being said I really want to take a trip down to Smith Rock soon!

What are some interesting facts that you’d like to share with the Edgeworks community?

Emily: I am actually currently conducting a research project on Women and Rock Climbing, and using Edgeworks as well as other climbing locations as field sites for observation. I’m nearing the end of my research, and have learned so much and met so many great people through the process.

Which do you prefer: top rope, lead, or bouldering?

Emily: Right now I love top roping, but leading is in the near future for me 🙂 My favorite projects would probably have to be stemming projects and routes with mostly crimps!