520.621.8702

OPEN TODAY 8:00am - 12:00am
POOL 10:00am - 8:00pm

Bouldering and Slackline Workshops

  • Early Closure: Nov. 24 @12:30p (Pool @ 12p)

    The Rec will close early on Saturday, 11/24 for the home football game against ASU. We will reopen at 10a on Sunday, 11/25.
  • Thanksgiving Break Hours: November 21-25

    WED: Close @ 8p (pool @ 7:30p) | THU/FRI: Closed | SAT: Reopens @ 8a for 1/2 day | SUN: Opens late @ 10a

Bouldering and Slackline Workshops


 

Boulders, Beats, and Beta

Mondays from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m., Aug – Dec 3rd, 2018

Come hang out at the Outdoor Rec Bouldering Wall to enjoy some lively jams and fun routes. It'll be a great time to try climbing and meet new friends. Beginners welcome!

CLIMBER FITNESS TRAINING

Tuesdays from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. August  – December 4th, 2018

Want to get strong to send your project? Or maybe you just want to be a better climber so you can enjoy more of the amazing climbing around Tucson. Come to Outdoor Rec and do an hour-long workout designed specifically to strengthen the muscles and skills rock climbers need. No experience necessary.

Ladies Bouldering Night 

Wednesdays from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. August  - December 5th, 2018

Come find out why Wednesdays are one of the most popular nights to boulder at Campus Rec. Ladies night is for all skill levels, and requires no expirience. We got the chalk, shoes and know how, just bring yourself and friends!

Route Setting 101

Thursdays from 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. August  - December 6th, 2018

Never set a route before? Would like to give it a try with our Bouldering Staff? Head on over to the Bouldering wall on Thursday nights and we'll show you the ropes. No registration is needed, but if you plan on coming by give our staff a heads up at crec-outdoorrec@email.arizona.edu.

Slacklineing with the Slack Cats!

Friday from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. August  - December 7th, 2018

Enjoy the music and the vibes as the Slack Cats set up a few Slacklines at the Bouldering Wall. Feel free to watch, or try your hand. No experience necessary, but fair warning Slacklining can be addictive!