THIS SUMMER, PRG IS OFFERING 4 WEEKS OF GUIDED CLIMBING EXPEDITIONS AT THE NEW RIVER GORGE NEAR FAYETTEVILLE, WV, & THE RED RIVER GORGE IN SLADE KENTUCK

CHOOSE 1, 2, 3, OR 4 WEEKS OF CLIMBING!

NEW RIVER GORGE & RED RIVER GORGE

Our “New” favorite destination, climbers will be able to test their technical abilities on some of the best sandstone on the planet!

Located in Fayetteville, WV, the New River Gorge is one of the best climbing areas in the East Coast! With over 3000 routes to choose from–great top-roping, lead climbing, and bouldering–the New has the greatest variety of routes, for all skill levels, of any climbing area in the country. Skills covered include basic rappelling, knot tying, and basic rope skills, leave no trace hiking and camping ethics, and general outdoor climbing safety.

Can’t forget about the Red River Gorge located in Slade, KY! Our original hotspot for Team, the Red has some of the most consistent overhanging routes in the country. Test your endurance while running through jugs and pockets carved into sandstone.

Climbers will also, of course, have a chance to test their climbing skills on real rock, learning improved technique and a repertoire of moves that will improve their overall ability and confidence as climbers.

For more information or to register, email Program Director, Tom Meehan, at tmeehan@philarockgym.com

  • How do I sign up?

    Contact Program Director and Head Coach, Tom Meehan, @ tmeehan@philarockgym.com

  • If I am not on Team PRG, can I still attend?

    Yes, some restrictions apply, but absolutely reach out to me. We have had kids join us from all up and down the East Coast!

  • Will you provide transportation for my climber if they are extending from week 3 at the New to week 4 at the Red?

    Yes, we will have vans leaving from both Oaks and from the New

  • Is there a specific week I should sign my climber up for based on their skill/experience?

    While we are flexible, we encourage all of our younger, less experienced climbers to attend weeks 1 or 2. We like to have the later weeks (3 & 4) reserved for some of the more experienced climbers. Tends to improve the flow of the trip