Stoneworks Climbing Gym

Great Climbing, Great People, Since 1993

Climb More

We will be closing Sunday, August 18 at 5pm

to celebrate the life and legacy of our friend

Jordan Disko

Mon & Wed. 1pm - 10pm

Tues & Thurs. 4pm - 10pm

Fri. 1pm - 8pm

Sat. and Sun. 12pm - 8pm

Stoneworks offers some of the best kids rock climbing programs out there.  We will be offering three styles of camps for kids this summer with 7 different weeks of climbing to choose from.  Please click on the registration link below to sign up and get more information.


A great way to introduce young kids to the sport of rock climbing.  Staff members will coach the kids as they push their limits bouldering, auto-belaying, and top roping.  Participants will also play games to help fine-tune their bouldering skills, have water fights, and participate in climbing challenges.  Climbing gear included.  Pack a snack, only light snacks will be included.  Ages 13 and under.

            Camp Sessions run 10am - 12pm

            *min. of 6 required to hold camp*

2018 Dates

June 18 - 22

July 9 - 13

July 23 - 27

August 6 - 10


$225. / week

$50. / day





Indoor Week Camp:

August 13 - 17: Coach Josh will set world cup style routes twice during this camp for the kids to train and practice on.  We will also work on technique, power, and visualization skills.  Water fight included!  Begins at 10:00 and goes until 1:00 each day.  Bring a towel and all personal climbing gear.  Slack-lining, Frisbee, climbing, and more! $200.


French's Dome Trip:

August 22, 23 (Wednesday - Thursday).  The overnight trip would begin by meeting up at Frenches Dome on Mt. Hood on Wednesday morning (campsites and large tents for team members included. Parents, please bring your own tents).  Dinner included on Wednesday and breakfast and lunch on Thursday.  We would climb all day Wednesday, hang out around the campfire in the evening and slackline.  Thursday would be a half day of climbing and some swimming.

You must be accompanied by a parent or make prior carpool arrangements.  Make sure to bring your personal climbing gear (shoes, harness, and chalk) and also your own sleeping bags, water bottles, etc.  All other climbing and cooking gear will be provided.