Deep Water Solo is a form of rock climbing that relies on falling into a deep pool of water instead of traditional climbing protection using harnesses, ropes, and anchors. The Whitewater Center is home to the world’s first Deep Water Solo Climbing Complex and features five walls ranging in height from 20 – 45 feet arched over a 20-foot-deep pool. Deep Water Solo is open to all skill and experience levels.
|Deep Water Solo||
||8 years old, swim skill|
- Deep Water Solo requires an All Access Pass or Single Activity Pass.
- Deep Water Solo requires a 5-minute safety orientation.
- Closed-toe shoes and swimming capability are required.
- Climbing shoes can be rented for $6-9.