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Rock On! Indoor Rock Climbing for Kids

Splore's Unique RockOn! Program Helps Children Achieve Great New Heights!

Rock On! is an six-week indoor rock climbing program originally designed for children within the Autism Spectrum Disorder, but recently has been expanded to any child and their siblings. This program features one-on-one attention and encouragement, where each child climbs at their own pace, and safety is the primary concern. All equipment and climbing costs are included.

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"We took a chance on Splore and their RockOn! Program. We are so glad we did! It's wonderful to see our child gain confidence and do remarkable things. We had no idea the doors this would unlock for us. It's the safest way for him to be Spider-Man." - Cole Joplin, parent of Splore participant

Rock On! Information

The Rock On! Program is designed to help children:

  • Develop positive recreation skills
  • Increase muscle tone and motor skills
  • Develop trust and relationship building skills
  • Increase self-esteem and empowerment
  • Promote independence, health and wellness
  • Increase knowledge and access to recreation activities
  • Enjoy themselves in a safe and controlled environment

To Sign-Up or for More Information:

    • Contact Eric at (801) 484-4128
    • or e-mail info@splore.org
    • You can also check out our Calendar for dates for upcoming sessions

RockOn Venue Maps

  • Momentum Indoor Climbing Gym
  • Rockreation Indoor Climbing Gym

Rock On! News

Fox 13 News did a special “Through The Lens” segment on Splore's rock climbing program. This featured interviews with parents, Splore staff and volunteers. Please see the video that shows the positive impact on these special children in our community.