Rock Climbing can provide a challenging workout and an alternative to the gym in the new year.
Harry Edmonds climbs at Rock'n & Jam'n indoor climbing gym, 7390 S. Fraser St., in Centennial. Edmonds, who has been climbing for about four months, said it is a great alternative to the gym for a workout. "It's like a game of chess," he said. Photo by Courtney Kuhlen | email@example.com
Alex Skruch, 12, helps his sister Anna, 9, slackline Dec. 28 at Rock'n & Jam'n in Centennial. The indoor climbing gym offers fun for kids and adults. Photo by Courtney Kuhlen | firstname.lastname@example.org
Alan Prehmus, of Littleton, climbs at Rock'n & Jam'n in Centennial Dec. 28. Prehmus said he is a long-time rock and gym climber and enjoys the physical and mental workout. Photo by Courtney Kuhlen | email@example.com
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