Want to climb some of the largest rock formations in the park? Or are you looking to combine hiking, scrambling and rock climbing to have an adventure deep within the park, far from roadways or people? Schedule an Adventure Day with us and have an unforgettable trip to Joshua Tree! All of our Adventure Day guides have advanced certifications in both rock climbing and wilderness first aid. You can feel assured that we will take great care of you.
With 200 feet of rock climbing, the Blob is an excellent introduction to multi-pitch rock climbing. You will stand on a fantastic rock summit, but getting down is half the adventure!
Just getting to the Wall of 10,000 holds is an epic adventure requiring scrambling, chimneys or even a 2-pitch rock climb. Once we reach the wall, 10,000 fantastic juggy holds are just waiting to be climbed!
This rock climbing and hiking adventure takes up far into the depths of Joshua Tree National Park, away from all the people, and onto some very adventurous and seldom-traveled rock climbing.
At over 500 feet long, this is a huge rock climb! We climb a long spine of rock that weaves through gendarmes and to a rock summit with fantastic views of Joshua Tree National Park.
On of the most iconic multi-pitch rock climbs in Joshua Tree National Park, Right On tackles the first summit of Saddle Rocks via an epic 5-pitch climb involving slabs, chimneys, hand cracks and lots of jugs!
Our intermediate-level Wonderland of Rocks adventure involves tackling the backcountry, 200-foot-tall Nomad Dome. You’ll feel like the only climber for miles around!
The Saddle Rocks Triple Linkup climbs the entire length of the largest piece of rock in Joshua Tree National Park. You will hit 3 separate summits on this climb, and get over 800 feet of climbing!
Are you looking for the longest climb in Joshua Tree National Park? This is it! A mountaineering-style climb on 1100 feet of rock, including the summit of Ryan Mountain at 5456′ elevation!