Reserve your Joshua Tree rock climbing guide with us!

Our preference is that you reserve your rock climbing adventure with us at least 2 days in advance. This will give your guide time to prepare for your session. However, we can be flexible! Feel free to give us a call for a possible last minute reservation.

Rock Climbing Guide Reservations Information

Reservations for your rock climbing guide in Joshua Tree National Park are required for all courses/instruction. We require reservations at least 2 days in advance. However, some exceptions are made. Call us now to check for short notice Joshua Tree rock climbing guide availability! Please review our guide availability through use of the interactive calendar above. When you proceed to the check out screen, you will be asked to provide us with some needed information. This is our method of gathering necessary medical information about you. This information also assists your guide in planning a meaningful rock climbing experience for you. After you fill out the online form, you are ready to schedule your climbing guide reservation. Finally, you will secure your date for climbing in Joshua Tree National Park!

Reservation Payment Methods

Feel free to give us a call at any time to discuss your rock climbing reservation wishes! We accept cash, check, money order, Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover. If you are going to pay with check or cash, please call us to discuss payment schedule options. If paying with a credit card, select the session duration and number of people from the interactive menu and complete the checkout process. After you pay, We will confirm your appointment via email. For short notice reservations, payment by check or cash at the time of our meet up is acceptable. Note: we can’t process credit cards on location inside Joshua Tree National Park. If you are planning on paying with a credit card, please make use of the website checkout menu to complete your reservation. If you are having trouble with making a payment, feel free to call us. We will help you on the phone!

Reservation Session Length & Group Size

We can readily guide groups of up to 18 rock climbers. For larger groups, please call us to discuss pricing and availability! Minimum rock climber age for climbing in Joshua Tree is 3 years old. We offer time slots for less than a day in Joshua Tree in morning or afternoon blocks. You can reserve a guide for a 4, 6, or 8 hour Joshua Tree rock climbing session during the checkout process. If you are planning a 4 hour rock climbing session, please select 8:00 AM or 1:00 PM as a starting time during the checkout process.

How Long Should I Climb?

If you are new to rock climbing and want a “rock climb all day” session, we can accommodate you. If you have never been rock climbing before, we recommend a 4 or 6 hour session for your first time. However, if you feel you are ready for a full day of rock climbing in Joshua Tree. Or if you want to experience a larger portion of Joshua Tree National Park. Or maybe you want technical rock climbing training, by all means book a guide for an 8 hour rock climbing session with us! We will keep the rock climbing and technical information coming! An 8 hour rock climbing session is perfect for technical training or guided rock climbing in multiple areas.

Many rock climbing clients prefer to book an 8 hour session with us and learn rock climbing technical skills for the first half of the day. Then they like to practice those rock climbing technical skills in the afternoon. Clients who want to see a bigger portion of Joshua Tree National Park or a larger variety of rock climbing areas also enjoy booking an 8 hour (all day) guided session with us. If you have tried rock climbing in the past and have fallen in love with the sport (completely understandable), we highly recommend an 8 hour rock climbing session!

Reservations for Technical Sessions

Our rock climbing guides love to teach beginner/advanced lead rock climbing, lead climber belaying, rock climbing gear placement techniques, rock climbing anchor building, rappelling from the top of a climb, rock climbing anchor cleaning, and rock climbing techniques. Such techniques include hand jamming, foot jamming, flagging, movement efficiency. We also enjoy helping you break that mental block that keeps you from sending on lead, how to trust your gear, how to assess lead falls and how to use proper falling techniques. We enjoy teaching a very popular “from gym to crag” class as well. This unique session guides climbers interested in taking their indoor gym climbing skills into the great outdoors!