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Climb OUT Campout

A guided queer climbing weekend for LGBTQIA2S+ adults of all ability and skill levels! Join us for Community, connection and learning new skills! 

Joshua Tree National Park
November 17th-20th

Thursday 5-7pm arrival through Sunday 1pm departure

** a 21+ adult climbing weekend **


$450 per person

Payment plans available at registration checkout

Full Scholarships Available - Apply at the link below

(If cost is a barrier and you don't qualify for a payment plan or feel like you do not qualify for a

full scholarship, please email us for additional options)

What's Included?



2.5 days of guided climbing with technical skills clinics and professional and knowledgeable queer guides! ​

Professional Instruction on technical skills on various topics

All Climbing Gear provided and a fun swag bag of awesome gear for our brand sponsors

Camping & Community


3 nights of camping on private property in a private setting.  (We will not be providing food or camping gear but if you need camping gear we will try to accommodate)

Evening Activities to build connections and community

​The camping facilities can be rustic, with composting toilets or porta potties for bathrooms. Please come prepared to camp in this environment!

This year we have added an additional day and are trying a new approach to the structure of Climb OUT Campout with activity tracks geared towards interests and experience. Our hope is to make this event more accessible to a broader audience as well as cater to more specific interests. Regardless of the track you select, we’ll share climbing most of our days, our campsite, and downtime together.

Build Community Track

Build Skills Track

Build Community is geared for first time and beginner outdoor climbers looking to build queer climbing community and the skills needed to climb outdoors safely.

Build Skills is geared towards more experienced, intermediate to advanced climbers looking to grow their technical skills and become stronger, more efficient and well rounded in a queer affinity setting


  1. NONE - except for an eagerness to learn and have fun! 

  2. First time climbers and beginner outdoor climbers

This track will introduce participants to outdoor climbing skills and techniques. After this weekend we hope participants can get out to their local crag or gym with friends and feel confident and comfortable to safely participate, armed with new knowledge and skill. 


Your guides will adjust the days out to your comfort level and physical ability - all experience levels welcome! 


Topics Include:

  • Introduction to climbing equipment

  • Climbing Knots

  • Top Rope Belay technique

  • Outdoor climbing technique

  • Outdoor Climbing Etiquette/Leave no Trace

  • Building resilience through rock climbing

  • Rappelling

  • Building and cleaning Sport Climbing Anchors


  1. 2+ years indoor climbing experience  

       or 1+ years outdoor climbing experience

  1. Proficient Top Rope Belay skills

This track is meant for climbers who have a deeper understanding of basic climbing systems and techniques and are looking to take their next steps. After this weekend, we hope participants will leave with a new understanding of climbing and a toolbox of new technical skills to help them become stronger, more efficient and more well rounded climbers.


This track is more  structured around skill based clinics. We will offer a full day of technical skill clinics that will include both climbing and ground school. 


Clinic Topics include: 

  • Intro to Crack Climbing Technique

  • Intro to Trad Gear 

  • Multi-point Trad Anchors

  • Efficiency for Multi-pitch Systems

  • Advanced Sport Climbing Anchors

  • Mental Training for Climbing

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