Rock-About Summer Camp Itinerary
This event requires a release form signed in advance and given to Adam prior to any activity. The release form can be found here: Online Forms. Please get me a cell phone for emergencies or to text if we are running late one day. We also need the shoe size of your child before the event if they will be using our shoes to climb in.
Please be sure your kiddo has the following each day: 2 liters of water, Sack lunch, a pack for gear, and a good attitude. There will be other things they will need each day that will be listed there.
Monday – Meet at 8:30am at Seismic Wall Austin Greenbelt. We will cover safety concerns this day and climb. Pick up at the same location at 3pm. We will be crossing Barton Creek so they will want some sort of open shoe. The hike isn’t far. The creek is in this year so I’ll let them get in safe water after to cool off. So they may want swimwear.
Address for Seismic Wall entrance:
3755 S. Capitol of Texas Hwy.
Austin, TX 78704
Tuesday – Meet at 8:30 at Seismic Wall Austin Greenbelt. We will climb till our hearts content and ask that you pick up at Amy’s Ice Cream on South Lamar at 3pm. Pease let me know of any dietary restrictions or if Amy’s isn’t good for your child. We will be crossing a creek again. The creek is in this year so I’ll let them get in safe water after to cool off. So they may want swimwear.
Wednesday and Thursday – We will be going to Reimer’s Ranch these two days. We will meet at Seismic (same as the first day) at 8:30 and should be back to the same parking lot still by 3. They will need better shoes and a shoe for the water as well. Please pack a swimsuit or anything they need to swim and get wet, including sunscreen, as we will let them cool off in the river after climbing.
Friday – This will be the longest day. We will meet at Seismic Wall 8:15 and I hope to be back by 5-5:30. Extras for this day will be a Headlamp to go through the cave. They should wear a solid closed toe shoe as in hiking or tennis shoe for this day.
Thanks for joining us for this experience and let me know if there are any questions.