Try Rock Climbing this Thrilling Tuesday at High Street Phoenix

I’m not sure about you, but when I saw Tom Cruise rock climbing freestyle up a mountain in Mission Impossible 2, it got me excited. I wanted to do that! Ok, maybe not freestyle. I would want some kind of safety harness or ropes or something. But I wanted to try rock climbing. It looked like fun. So now I know what I’m going to be doing this Tuesday; to be a little more specific, this Thrilling Tuesday.

For it’s fourth edition of Thrilling Tuesday, High Street Phoenix is setting up a wall, a rock climbing wall. Standing at 20 feet high and at roughly 90 degrees, the wall will challenge anyone who wants to try rock climbing atleast once in their lifetime. With the simple act of registering your name, without any fee, you can put on the safety harness provided by the professional instructors from Natura, the adventure sports company that High Street Phoenix has tied up with to execute this activity. The instructors will give you a run through of the basics in rock climbing and help you into the harness with a few basic instructions to make your experience easier and enjoyable.

Following in the pattern of trying to give adventure enthusiasts an outlet while also trying to inculcate new hobbies and passions in those not previously interested in adrenaline inducing sports, High Street Phoenix expects an enthusiastic crowd following in the success of their previous editions of Thrilling Tuesdays.

So wait no more. You now have the chance to impersonate the rock climbers at the X Games in both a safe and inexpensive environment.

You can scale the wall on Tuesday, 23rd August, between 1pm and 8pm at The Courtyard at High Street Phoenix. See you there.

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