Upper Limits in Maryland Heights offers Holiday Youth Clinics

Children ages 7 to 15 can learn rock climbing this winter break at Upper Limits, one of the premier indoor rock-climbing gyms in the Midwest. They are called Holiday Youth Clinics.

Maryland Heights, United States - December 19, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Maryland Heights, Missouri (Dec. 19th, 2018) – Winter is finally upon us, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to hibernate! The kids are on winter break soon, and the holidays are in full swing. Visit Maryland Heights still has a full deck of activity in store for them this holiday season! Get the kids off the couch and climbing with a trip to Upper Limits.

December is all about the holidays and winding down the year, but it doesn’t have to be boring for the kids. Upper Limits is one of the premier indoor rock-climbing gyms in the Midwest and has what it takes to keep the kids active and involved during their long holiday break. With rock climbing sessions that are fun and engaging with Holiday Youth Clinics! Kids from ages 7 to 15 will learn all about rock climbing and feel that rush and thrill of pushing themselves to new heights, literally! First timer, no problem, join in on the fun at the several 2-day clinics this December! These clinics are designed with the beginner in mind featuring the basics on climbing equipment and safety. Then receive first-hand instruction from the highly dedicated and trained staff instructors as you begin your adventure and tackle the various routes and challenges.

Upper Limits is one of the many fun and engaging places to go, that is just a small part of Maryland Heights. Maryland Heights is located in a Saint Louis suburb that offers a wide variety of places to eat, stay and see the many things the great city of Saint Louis has to offer. If you’re looking to plan some last-minute fun this holiday season, plan accordingly through www.visitmarylandheights.org. Don’t forget to visit Maryland Heights on Facebook for more up to date information on the many fun activities this holiday season!

Visit Maryland Heights

PO Box 2125

Maryland Heights, MO 63043

888-667-3236

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Website: https://www.visitmarylandheights.org/

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