Kamaji’s climbing wall is really unique! It is 60 feet up in the air and is suspended between trees. We love how it blends right into Kamaji’s beautiful, white-pine forest. Campers climb the wall and practice different routes of varying levels of difficulty to reach their personal goal. Campers who have mastered the wall also time themselves to beat their personal best or even attempt to climb the wall blindfolded!
Counselors are trained professionally as to how to harness and belay the campers and work with the campers to set personal goals.
For those campers that particularly love to climb, they can sign up to participate in our three-day climbing trip. Campers first train at the University of Minnesota-Duluth’s indoor climbing wall with their educators and climbers. Then the campers are off to climb along the shores of Lake Superior. The climb cliffs at Tettegouche and Temperance River State Parks and camp out each night with a Kamaji climbing counselor, Wilderness Trip Leader and other campers of various ages.